JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT BULGARIA OPENS CALL FOR COMPANIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS YEAR'S MANAGER FOR A DAY INITIATIVE

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Following the motto "Inspire the future," Junior Achievement Bulgaria opened registration for companies that want to participate in the 18th instalment of the Manager for a Day initiative.

Manager for a Day will take place nationally on 7 November. It is the most prestigious career-oriented event in Bulgaria. A trademark of Junior Achievement, Manager for a Day helps high-school and university students aged 16-23 to get a taste of life, work, conditions and experiences in a range of business and public fields, thus helping them to understand how different businesses and organisations function, to see if they have future in them and, ultimately, to realise their potential.

The initiative is global and takes places in over 100 countries in the world. In Bulgaria, every year about 400 organisations host about 1,000 trainees. In 2018, about 2,800 young Bulgarians applied for the initiative.

Professions of Future, Junior Achievement BulgariaCompanies and institutions that want to join can register until 12 October on the initiative's platform. Students can apply on the same place between 26 September and 26 October.

As a part of the programme, Junior Achievement will also organise Professions of Future, the fifth career forum targeted to young people. It will cover topics such as motivation and working with a cause, including in business environment.

The event will take place on 6 November at Sofia Tech Park. Pre-registration is needed, you can do it on https://www.cot.jabulgaria.org/.

HP and A1 are the main partners of the events.

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