More than 300 people participate in the workshop of career guidance of the School of Nursing.
This is an activity integrated within the Employability Plan offered by School to students of the Degree
08 | 02 | 2023
As every year, the School of Nursing of the University of Navarra has celebrated the workshop of career guidance, which this year celebrates its tenth edition. Organized in sessions and conferences with professionals from various areas, nursing students can expand their professional competencies throughout the four years of the Degree.
This activity is part of the Employability Plan that School has designed to accompany students during their university years. In this way, the aim is that upon finishing their programs of study they are more competent and prepared to choose their professional future.
"We want students to have the opportunity to prepare themselves for their professional future," explains Joaquín Sánchez, manager for professional careers at School, "that is why they have a personalized program with specific skills depending on the course they are on. Thus, they are offered the possibility of taking advantage of the University to learn "from knowing how to elaborate a curriculum or work in a team, to being able to carry out voluntary internships in Spain or abroad", he concludes.
First-time interviews employment
One of the main characteristics of this workshop is that national and international companies, from the public and private sectors, come to campus in Pamplona to interview students who are in their final year.
Leticia Vidarte, from QuirónSalud Bizkaia, assures that "we know that the quality of training in the Nursing School is very good, the student subject fits very well in our structure and they are the clear bet to be able to incorporate them in our nursing teams, to give them a great opportunity to develop professionally". For her part, Rosi Molina, from Global Working, explains that "these conference are very interesting for us because they allow us to get to know the students more closely and give them the opportunity to consider going to work abroad as nurses".