The 32nd edition of JOB&Orienta, the national orientation, school, training, and work fair opened its doors to students and teachers from 22nd to Saturday 25th November. At the Veronafiere, an extensive exhibition, a packed schedule of conferences and debates, themed seminars, and interactive workshops offer a space for discussion and dialogue, useful orientation tools for school choices to students and their families, and support for young people in their active job search.

More than 400 organisations took part in the exhibition: 6 ministries, 16 regions, and numerous other local and national institutions, 140 academies and universities (including 30 foreign athenaeums), as well as schools, vocational training institutions, higher technological institutes (Its) throughout Italy, employment service agencies, trade associations and trade unions, and companies. Around 400 speakers in 220 cultural events, 400 animations, and workshops.

The topic ‘Orientation Made in Italy’ has been the red thread, to highlight the need for new orientation models to better respond to the multiple economic-productive vocations of Italy, enhancing its distinctive features and excellence. Made in Italy is a recognised symbol of know-how that combines quality, innovation, and beauty in every sector: from manufacturing to agrifood, from culture to tourism.