By Josiane El Khoury
ROME, March 4 -- Last semester, two John Cabot University students had the idea of forming a business club. The project proved too big, however, and it could not be sorted within a few months.
After much planning, fulltime JCU students Dafina Lalevski and Alessandro Strolla say they are ready to finally lunch the project this semester. “Last semester we started with nothing,” says Strolla, “but today we have the foundation of our club.”
Their goal is to build up an
international business society in JCU providing the students with business
practice and a preparation for their future careers.
“We believe it is useful,
because the theory we study in school needs to be applied somehow. Until
you are there on the market you cannot understand,” affirms Strolla.
At the moment they are organizing a charity event for Kenya. The occasion is scheduled for April 8 in the JCU courtyard. Tickets and T-shirts are going to be sold around the school. Food, beverages and music are going to be provided for the night, and the group have invited the Kenyan Ambassador to Italy to give a speech.