Lecture on career choice is offered at the North Student Fair, in Manaus

Lecture on career choice is offered at the North Student Fair, in Manaus

North Student Fair

The lecture aims to help students who are confused in choosing a professional career.

Manaus (AM) – Choosing a university course or dream profession is a challenge for many people. To help students who are confused when choosing a career, businesswoman, digital influencer and university professor, Patrícia Volponi, will present the free lecture “Journey of Possibilities”, on September 23rd (Saturday), starting at 9:15 am, on the 11th edition of the North Student Fair (FNE).

The event will take place at the Manaus Plaza Shopping Convention Center, located on Avenida Djalma Batista, Chapada neighborhood, Central-South Zone of Manaus, with free entry. FNE is considered the largest fair aimed at students and professional careers in the North Region and will be held from the 20th to the 23rd of September, with free entry.

With a multidisciplinary degree in Literature, Bilingual Executive Secretariat and Marketing from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Patrícia Volponi has worked in the market for more than 15 years with stints at large companies. Furthermore, she is the founder of the EntreLinhas Marketing brand, produces content about Psychology on Instagram and YouTube, and works as a teacher in higher education.

In her talk at FNE, Patrícia will highlight how all learning is valuable and important for one’s professional and personal trajectory.

“Today we have many possibilities for studying, careers, creating businesses, among others. Which is good, but it also requires a solid reflection on what we really want for our lives, whether for those who are yet to enter the professional world, or for those who are currently dissatisfied. Without intimate reflection, we will become lost and discouraged. So, my talk will be a challenging and unforgettable moment for whoever is present. I count on the presence of all”,

invites the teacher.

About FNE

The 11th edition of the North Student Fair, this year with the theme “Expanding Educational Horizons”, will be an enriching experience for all participants.

The event will have more than 100 free lectures, distributed in simultaneous rooms, which will cover topics from various areas, in addition to 50 chats on the “Vozes da FNE” stage.

FNE will also offer an opportunity hall, where exhibitors will present their institutions and courses, providing a valuable insight into the educational and professional possibilities available.

In addition, there will be draws for full scholarships at educational institutions, vocational tests, exchange guidance and completely free cultural activities.

A special feature of this edition is the issuance of additional time certificates for those present at the lectures.

The benefits don’t stop there, as highlighted by Inês Daou, organizer of the event and responsible for IAI Promotions.

“The 2023 edition will be exceptional, as we will address current topics with an inclusive approach for all audiences. Students from Elementary to Higher Education, as well as those who have already completed their studies and are looking for new professional horizons, are all welcome. Our diverse programming will expand perspectives and create an environment conducive to networking, allowing the formation of new partnerships and friendships. The big day is almost here,”

emphasizes Inês.

Free registrations must be made on the official website of the 11th FNE: feiranortedoestudante.com.br. News about the event can be seen on the Instagram profile: @feiranortedoestudante.

The 11th FNE will take place from September 20th to 22nd, from 9am to 10pm, and on September 23rd, from 9am to 4pm, at the Manaus Plaza Shopping Convention Center, located on Avenida Djalma Batista, Chapada neighborhood, Central-South Zone of Manaus.

*With information from consultancy

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