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Beyond the purely technical aspect, which is part of my background, what I like most about the work I am doing at the moment is definitely the relationship with people, especially with my colleagues who immediately made me feel part of the group, helping me integrate into the work environment.

How did you learn about Mechinno? What attracted you to this company?

I learned about Mechinno through the institute I attended after high school, the Issam Institute in Modena. It’s a 3-year Vehicle Engineering course, which includes a 6-month internship at the end of the course. The school introduced me to Mechinno, where, following a typical introductory interview, I was offered an internship.

What attracted me to Mechinno was the desire to invest in the growth of young people like me, through integration into its large network of clients specializing in different engineering fields.

What is your background and what do you think were the key skills that allowed you to be integrated into the team?

As mentioned earlier, after high school, I attended Issam in Modena, a private school specializing in Automotive Engineering, focused on training designers to work in the automotive engineering field. Over the 3-year course, all the essential subjects of vehicle engineering are covered, from CAD drawing to mechanical component sizing. I believe that the skills acquired during this training allowed me to easily integrate into the team.

Tell us about your role, what do you do at Mechinno today?

I started my internship by practicing CAD (Catia V5) with the prospect of a possible placement with one of our well-known automotive clients. However, a position opened up at CNH Modena, which was offered to me. I enthusiastically accepted this challenging project, especially because I was eager to immerse myself in the working world for the first time.

It has now been four and a half months since I started my experience at CNH. Here, I manage the system that handles incoming and outgoing goods within the experimental part of the San Matteo Plant. Although it’s a different role than I imagined while completing my studies, I wanted to take on this challenge, which allowed me to discover new realities and follow the development of the finished product from a different perspective, shedding light on aspects whose importance is often underestimated.

You’ve been at Mechinno for a while now. What’s your story? Do you have any advice for those who would like to pursue a similar path to yours?

After graduating in 2019, thanks also to the motivation instilled in me by my parents, I continued my training in mechanical design, which led to my placement at Mechinno. My advice to anyone aiming to achieve any goal is to be decisive and determined, while also listening to the advice of those who came before us.

What do you like most about your role, and what has been your greatest satisfaction?

Beyond the purely technical aspect, which is part of my background, what I like most about the work I am doing at the moment is definitely the relationship with people, especially with my Mechinno colleagues who work with me at CNH, who immediately made me feel like part of the group, helping me integrate into the work environment.

My greatest satisfaction is starting my career at a company like Mechinno, which invests every day in young people, encouraging them to give their best in the working world.