Leadership & People
Project
November 23, 2021

COMPIT

Developed in the context of the Inclusive Community Forum (ICF), ComPIT is one of the projects of the Journey to Empowerment, and answers to the lack of internship opportunities in companies for students with an Individual Transition Plan (PIT).


This innovative project, aims to support students with special educational needs to find internships that promote their transition to after school life. This way, ComPIT connects schools looking for internship opportunities for they students with PIT, and companies available to discover talent in young students full of determination and ambition.



How can you participate?

Companies can enroll in this link.

Students with PIT can enroll in this link.

Finally, you can also share ComPIT's LinkedIn page!

Inclusive Community Forum

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The Inclusive Community Forum is a Nova SBE initiative, aiming to promote a more inclusive society for people with disabilities through structured initiatives that encourage their active participation in the community

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