REDVERTEX studio has opened its doors to welcome a group of Erasmus + students from the cities of Sicily and Potenza, Italy. They will be training with our team from the end of July until the beginning of August.
Vito Summa, who is a CGI Artist at REDVERTEX and is also head of the program, explained: “The work with the students is pleasant and interesting. They are making good progress day by day and this makes us very happy to see!”
Annarita Marcantonio, an interior design student from Liceo Artistico e Musicale, Potenza, feels “honoured to have the opportunity for this experience”.
“When I came to the studios for the first time, I felt like I was home. The most beautiful thing about REDVERTEX are the people who work here. They’re friendly, kind, and when we need help they are always by our side.”
Her classmate, Maria Gruosso also comments on her experience to this point. The work environment is very relaxed and interesting. It isn’t heavy, and you want to come willingly and spend hours in the office.”
“So far, thanks to the tutorials, I have learned most of the basic commands to create objects using the various program instruments. I am quite satisfied with what I have learned to do during my first week at REDVERTEX,” said Domenico Palo, student from Liceo Arsti-tico e Musicale Statale.
The interns have joined us with the help of ETN (European Training Network) Management: Bulgaria Gateway, an agency which specialises in the organisation of work experiences and educational programs for students.
Welfare officer at ETN, Mihaela Zoeva, said: “The students’ placement in Bulgaria is to increase their professional skills, as well as to enrich their culture. The program [which they are part of] includes lessons in Bulgarian, as well as field trips. Last week, they went to Plovdiv and in the near future, they will be visiting Koprivshtica.”