“10 Students | 10 Stories – Working together for the students of Management Engineering” is the fundraising campaign that the School of Management at Politecnico di Milano is promoting to help 10 bright young people plan their future together with us.
The number of students enrolling in programmes in Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering is growing every year. This multidisciplinary training course, demanding but gratifying, is much appreciated in the working world. But not everyone can afford the costs involved, not least the cost of living in Milan. The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the problem, putting a strain on the resilience of our economic system.
Management Engineering prepares students to be leaders in innovation and change, combining the scientific rigour of methods and theories with the continuous search for a positive impact for the whole community. By supporting deserving students we will all contribute together in the creation a generation of competent and responsible professionals.
All together, we can make a difference, especially at this time, for talented young people.
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The fundraiser is organised with the support of the Fundraising Office of the Politecnico di Milano.
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Unity is strength! Students, alumnae and alumni, professors and all staff of MIP and of the School of Management of the Polytechnic of Milan: together we have tried to give concrete support to the San Paolo and San Carlo hospitals in Milan, to the patients and to the medical staff who have fought relentlessly to treat patients affected by Covid-19.
The active participation in the fundraising initiative launched by MIP demonstrated that a small gesture, multiplied by 263 donors, can become a great one. With a total of 32,973 Euros, we contributed to add new posts in intensive care department, essentials for saving lives, and to meet the great need of single-use protective devices such as masks, gloves and coveralls, allowing doctors and nurses to operate in greater safety.
The fundraising campaign took place in close coordination with the management and staff of the hospitals, at the forefront to fight against the serious consequences related to the rapid spread of Coronavirus, and the funds were directly and promptly donated to them. Matteo Stocco, General Manager of ASST Santi Paolo e Carlo in Milan, warmly thanked our School and all the contributors for the donations.
“We implemented concrete initiatives to face the emergency from a educational point of view. But, at the same time, we also tried to give our contribution to face the emergency from the health point of view. Thanks to the whole community of our School, students, alumni, staff and teachers for the generosity and the solidarity spirit shown in this occasion! “ Vittorio Chiesa, Chairman of MIP Politecnico di Milano.
We team up, as a community of students, alumni, faculty and staff of MIP and the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano, to make an actual contribution to the precious work of the healthcare staff every day struggle to treat those affected by the Coronavirus.
Our community is made up of more than 25,000 people: together we can do a lot!
We, therefore, call together our entire community to help the San Paolo and San Carlo hospitals in Milan to activate new intensive care places, essential for saving lives, and to cope with the great need for single-use protective devices (masks, gloves, …) that allow doctors and nurses to operate safely.
The San Paolo and San Carlo hospitals in Milan are part of the public regional health system of the Lombardy Region, and are at the forefront of tackling this health emergency. This fundraising is carried out in close coordination with the management and health personnel of the San Paolo and San Carlo hospitals.
The funds raised every day will be directly and promptly donated to the hospital.
EVEN A SMALL DONATION CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
* Donations made to initiatives dedicated to fighting the current health emergency are tax deductible 30% for private citizens, 100% for businesses. More information is available here.