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Work and fulfillment through work

Two students participate in the roundtable of the workshop Gazte Up organized by Diario Vasco

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Students Sálvador López and Onintza Ugarte attend the workshop Gazte Up accompanied by Javier Ganuza and Javier Cárdenas.
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07/11/18 10:25 Communication Service

What are recruitment companies looking for? What plans do young recent graduates have? How can talent be retained in Gipuzkoa? These were some of the questions raised throughout the day at the "workshop Youth and employment Gazte Up", organized by the Diario Vasco.  

Sálvador López and Onintza Ugarte, students of the School, were two of the protagonists of the roundtable with which the workshop began. Under the title "Working and being fulfilled while working" and moderated by the deputy director of Diario Vasco, Lourdes Pérez, the colloquium brought together these university students and various representatives of public institutions in a relaxed dialogue.  

Garikoitz Agote, Director General of Economic Promotion of the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa, has highlighted the importance of teamwork within a company because "the work is something collective, something that goes beyond the competences in which one is a specialist. And results are always the fruit of a team effort".

 Along these lines, Yesenia Otamendi, head of Innovation and Competitiveness at Fomento de San Sebastián, and the Youth Director of the Government's Employment and Social Policies department , Ander Añibarro, have emphasized that companies "are increasingly looking for proactive people, with the ability to work in teams and who show a desire to learn". "There is a lot of talk about transversal competencies, but it is a reality. They are extremely important. In my team, I look for people who value communication as something horizontal so that everyone feels they are part of the processes," confessed Ander Añibarro. 

 "At Tecnun we see this University-Company relationship and they teach us to listen to and respect each other's work, just as we will have to do at work space tomorrow", said Salvador López, who is from Córdoba and is student in Industrial Organization Engineering. He also explained that one of his priorities now is to continue training in order to opt for a good work space in the future.

His colleague Onintza Ugarte, a student of Telecommunication Systems Engineering, has corroborated the words of 'Salva' and has explained that she is planning to do a master's degree to complete her studies. For the time being, she is developing her project of End of Degree in Ceit-IK4, in the area of robotics, with Emilio Sanchez. "Now I want to see what I like and what I don't like, because that will influence what I will do for the rest of my life".

Nor does he rule out going abroad. But it would be a "round trip". The Hondarribitarra is clear that she wants her future to be here, in Gipuzkoa.

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