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Source: State University of Management – Official website of the State University –

On January 25, at the State University of Management there was a meeting of student activists with graduates of the State University: the Head of the Federal Treasury Roman Artyukhin and the executive secretary of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Sergei Pospelov.

The meeting was opened by SUM Rector Vladimir Stroev, who congratulated those gathered on Student’s Day and invited the children, after the speakers’ speech, not to be shy and ask them questions of interest in order to get first-hand information.

The guests admitted that they were glad to visit their alma mater again, shared memories of their years of study, talked about how they began their career path, and gave advice to students on choosing a future profession.

The head of the Federal Treasury, Roman Artyukhin, emphasized that everyone has their own inner world and predisposition to something, so one should look for the direction that corresponds to the inner self.

“Working in the treasury, accounting, or the Ministry of Finance is not suitable for everyone. Here you need to be as scrupulous, meticulous, attentive to detail as possible, not be afraid of work and be ready to regularly study a large amount of information,” noted Roman Evgenievich.

Sergei Pospelov agreed that you should do what you like, and also shared a quote from Russian President Vladimir Putin: “If you do what you love, then success is inevitable.” Sergei Valerievich advised students not to be afraid to take up work and look for themselves in different areas while still studying.

“Remember two important rules that will contribute to success. First: there are no “unimportant” tasks. Be passionate about your work, carry out all assignments as if nothing is more important. Second: look for your business while still studying. Come to companies of interest as interns, volunteers, interns, participate in their projects and solve cases. The main thing is to go and do it. Then success is inevitable,” shared Sergei Pospelov.

While answering questions from students, the guests talked about the importance of choosing a first job, the necessary qualities for civil servants, employment opportunities and internship mechanisms. All the children who asked questions were given memorable souvenirs from the Federal Treasury.

At the end of the meeting, Vladimir Stroev noted the importance of direct communication between students and honorary graduates of the university: “It is important for students to hear real success stories and receive practical advice from those who have already walked this path and reached certain heights.”

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