The commitment of the “M. Fanno” school in Conegliano for a more sustainable future
The “Marco Fanno” School of Conegliano has recently proclaimed the winners of the national contest of the Erasmus + project “CSR IN CLASS+”: the second edition of a path undertaken in 2018 in collaboration with Unioncamere del Veneto, ITKAM , the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Germany, the Slovenian agency for sustainable development and tourism RAGOR, the Austrian University FH Joanneum Gesellschaft mbH, an Austrian school, Institut für Zukunft und Bildung, a Slovenian school, Ekonomska gimnazija in srednja sola Radovljica and a German school, Königin-Katharina-Stift.
The award ceremony was led by the school director, Sabrina Caterina Antiga, who congratulated all the students for participating in a project of extraordinary importance, which allowed them to acquire new fundamental skills to face the future with greater knowledge and to dialogue with virtuous and innovative companies in the Veneto region. In this regard, the Principal also renewed her thanks to the companies that participated in the contest and to Irene Gasperi of Unioncamere del Veneto who, in addition to collaborating in the organization of the course with the various partners, constantly cooperated with the teachers of the school, Roberta Furlan and Luigi Antoniazzi, in the organization and evaluation of the contest in which the 4th D SIA (Information systems) and 4th E RIM (International relations for marketing) classes took part.
The winning group, “Ecorbiosquad”, made up of students Alice Dal Col, Azzurra Dal Toè, Aurora Pase and Sara Peruzzetto, of the 4th E RIM, will have the honor of participating in the international contest representing their School and their own country and obtain a cash prize ranging from 1000 euros, for the first classified, to 400 euros for the last classified. The joy, satisfaction and emotion of the 4 students who worked so hard to formulate a value proposition aimed at refining the sustainability strategies of “NaturaSí“, were moving.
Emotion, disbelief and joy were also demonstrated by the second classified, Teresa Dassie, Nicola Vendramelli, Tommaso Vianello and Yusen Wu, of the “Tree.5” group of the 4th D SIA, who will receive a cash prize of 300 euros, for the excellent value proposition concerning “Amorin Cork”, a leading company in the sector of production of stoppers and objects in cork.
Equally enthusiastic and smiling were the 3 students of the 4th D SIA, from the “Viniamo” group, Chiara Cescon, Eleonora Furlan, Ana Hysenaj, who welcomed the news with joy for winning third place and a prize of 200 euros, for the analysis and the value proposition regarding the “Cantina Perlage“, a winery that like few others has been able to combine wine production and sustainability.
A special mention for the fourth classified: Alberta Leiballi, Kristina Naumoska, Angelica Nostro, Azzurra Pavan, who also did an excellent job and who narrowly slipped to fourth place.
We can only praise the commitment, interest and motivation of all ten groups of the two classes in carrying out the Erasmus + project.