Cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg skripochka, who is on the International space station, invited students to take part in the competition “I am a professional”. About it “lente.ru” reported in the press service of the contest on Monday, October 21.
“The way to the top of the profession is complex and thorny. To become an outstanding engineer, chemist or teacher is not easier than to fly into space,” — said Skvortsov.
The violin urged the younger generation not to be afraid to take action. In his opinion, worse to miss out on some opportunity.
In early October, President Vladimir Putin said that the Russian authorities are counting on the talented young people who will make social mobility to work effectively.
This year the contest takes place in 68 areas, from medicine and healthcare to computer Sciences and engineering. Registration for participation in competition will last till November 18. The winners will be determined in the spring, leading Russian universities will provide them with benefits. In addition, gold medalists will receive remuneration in the amount of 300 thousand rubles.
Competition “I am a professional” — one of the flagship projects of Autonomous non-commercial organization “Russia — country of opportunities”, created on the initiative of President Vladimir Putin for the development of the system of social elevators.
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