EfVET has appointed a new Communication & Project Officer, Vittoria Valentina Di Gennaro, to its Brussels Office.
The European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (EfVET) is pleased to welcome a new Communications & Project Officer, Vittoria Valentina Di Gennaro, to its International Secretariat in Brussels. Vittoria is originally from Italy and will be working from the Brussels office of EfVET.
Vittoria has a strong interest in Education, VET, Youth, and the Erasmus+ program and gained her work experience in the communications sector and in the project management. She has worked for local/national bodies, universities, international organisations, EU institutions and agencies, and NGOs, gaining experience in several fields, such as human rights, democracy and cooperation, as well as youth empowerment, education and culture, among the others.
Her interest in Erasmus+ program and Education was confirmed when she started volunteering for the Erasmus+ Global Partnership and working for garagErasmus Foundation, collaborating with ESAA, the Erasmus+ Student and Alumni Alliance, and other Youth organisations, such as the LifeLong Learning Platform (LLLP) and European Youth Forum.
Vittoria’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and two Masters degrees, one in International Relations and one in European Projects Planning and Management. Italian mother tongue, fluent in English, French, Spanish, and with a good knowledge of Portuguese, Vittoria will be working at the International Secretariat taking care of the corporate communications of EfVET, as well as of projects activities, supporting their implementation and leading the communication and dissemination part.
“I’m very enthusiastic about joining EfVET, and excited about the projects I will be working on within the organisation in the future. I’m also very confident about my role in ensuring communication and interaction within the network in order to promote EfVET aspiration in growing even more and increase its visibility”, she stated. “I am glad that my work as a Communication & Project Officer will contribute to strengthen EfVET’s presence and increase the impact of its work in EU and beyond in favour of Vocational Education and Training”.
EfVET is a unique European-wide professional association which has been created by and for providers of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in all European countries. Its mission is to champion and enrich technical and vocational education and training through transnational cooperation and building a pan-European network of institutions that could lead to European VET policies.