I was born in the Soviet Union, in a Siberian city that is called Kemerovo. I have graduated from Moscow State Industrial University as a lawyer. I moved to Finland to my husband in 2013. My husband is a citizen of Lithuania. He is an employee of a Finnish company.
In Finland I got a diploma in Business Administration and I am currently studying as an apprenticeship coach.
I am a Job Advisor SPR flea market for 4,5 years. Tasks include familiarizing employees with work tasks, guiding them through workplace practices, and providing further opportunities to enter working life or study.
Staff often include immigrants, the partially able-bodied, the long-term unemployed, mental health and substance abuse rehabilitators, and other clients in rehabilitative work.
I take every thing that comes seriously and try to treat them as if they were my own business. The best are those who have succeeded in the best way. My slogan is, ”I’ll take care of it!”
As a coach, I work innovator, motivator, coordinator, hunter opportunities, network of veteran facilitator etc. The best thing about being able to do it, from the likes of interest.
I enjoy ideas and development and being able to be involved in doing something new and better.
I enjoy interior design from recycled materials, photography, animation and video making, nordic walking. Ecology and the use of recycled materials are important to me.
I understood that I can and I want to do more than that.
I want enterprises to take an active part in student professional training. I want them to be interested in providing training opportunities and workplaces for students. Training is a great possibility to get experience and to acquire contacts in the field of the interest. But very often the lack of resources forces companies to deny. For example, Economics students consider it more difficult to find a training opportunity. It is necessary to keep companies aware of possibilities to hire a trainee. It is also important to provide support if needed. To help entrepreneurs and freelancers to develop we should create city “business incubator” (startup sauna).
I think an individual approach is needed to make the process of of integration faster. It is important to organize places where people from different backgrounds could meet each other. This can be done on a voluntary basis so that each one has an opportunity to take part and to share his ideas and experience. It is important for the migrants to have a chance to get help in their native language. This will make the integration process faster and will provide the possibility to preserve one’s own culture and identity