Lecture in Krusevac was held in front of 250 students!

On Wednesday, March 15th, a lecture by Dragan Varagić, one of the authors of the book "How to get a job in the 21st Century + 444 tips for a successful career", was held on the topic of employment in the modern times in front of 250 high school students. The lecture was attended by teachers and students from Kruševac schools, as well as from Trstenik, Aleksandrovac and Varvarin.

The presentation in Kruševac was held in the White Hall of the Cultural Center Kruševac, attended by 9 schools, and 59 books were distributed. The schools that received books for their libraries are the Kruševac Gymnasium, the Economic School of Commerce, the Medical School, the Polytechnic School "Milutin Milanković", the Music School. For Trstenik books were received by the Vuk Stefanović Karadzic Gymnasium and the Technical School, and the books were also distributed to secondary schools from Aleksandrovac and Varvarin.

You can see the video attachment from the event here.

High school students from Kruševac also had the opportunity to hear from their fellow citizen, Branimir Rakić, today a successful entrepreneur, who shared his experiences about how he came to doing what he likes and what he did as a high school student in order to achieve his dreams.

Association "Živojin Mišić" in cooperation with authors of the book launched a project through which it will distribute to all secondary schools in Serbia several copies of the book "How to get a job in the 21st century + 444 Tips for a successful career". Our aim is to get as many young people as possible with this book and get to know the real needs of the 21st Century and to encourage them to work on themselves, on their knowledge and skills, their ideas and private jobs, and thus in the long run we encourage a more successful economy and society, less unemployment and entrepreneurship.

We thank KC Kruševac at the lecture room and book sharing room, as well as Dragana Milicević and Zoran Asković for their support in organizing lectures.

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