Vienna

Young Austrians get a glimpse of life at UniCredit

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As part of our efforts to support young people throughout Europe, every year UniCredit Bank Austria participates in Vienna Daughters’ Day. In cooperation with the City of Vienna, the initiative – which has been running for 20 years – gives girls aged 11 to 16 the opportunity to experience the working world and learn about different industries and professions.

This year, in partnership with the Future Generations Network, the bank opened its doors and invited 25 young women to explore the fields of technology, data science and security. Attendees were also treated to a session with Michaela Kinast, Head of Post Trade AT, who spoke about her career and experiences, and offered her advice.

The day included a financial literacy workshop, where participants discussed financial affairs, debt and debt traps, cyber security, and planning for the future. They were also given a behind-the-scenes tour of the branch at our Austria Campus – including of our server room, led by our Data Science colleagues, and of our Security Centre, where they learned why security and video surveillance are so important for a bank like ours. 

Each year, our participation in Vienna Daughters’ Day aims to give young women first-hand insight into the financial services industry – supporting them in their future career choices.

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