Space for talent with the initiative that sees the National Association of Wool Trade side by side (whose members offer the textile industry an important share of raw materials from all over the world) and the TAM.
From the partnership between the two realities, an initiative aimed at offering excellent training opportunities to students has in fact taken shape. Specifically, a scholarship will allow a deserving student of the institute to carry out an internship in Europe, in one of the numerous and important companies that collaborate with the association. A valuable opportunity as explained by both Claudio Lacchio, president of the Association – “We have a hundred years of experience. With the opening to industry we are taking on a more synergistic dimension and contacts with European and international realities are opening up wider scenarios for us. This is why we want to give more and more importance to projects aimed at young people. The establishment of the scholarship was warmly welcomed by the association” – both Silvia Moglia. The Director of TAM underlines: “We are enthusiastic about this new initiative. TAM is growing and the feedback it finds in the National Association of Wool Trade is a source of gratitude and pride for us. Raw materials are the subject of study in our two-year period and an internship on a European scale will be a further stimulus for the students’ path”.