Ainhoa | Spain
Positive changes in times of uncertainty
Ainhoa studied Fine Arts for her Bachelor’s Degree and did a Master’s Degree in Cultural Heritage and Creative Advertising. Before the pandemic, she left her job, because she was looking for a more meaningful career. But, with the outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns that followed, her job search became more difficult, so she decided to study Data Visualisation in her spare time, to keep her options open. Soon after, one of her relatives mentioned Generation Spain and encouraged her to apply to one of our several tech programs. That’s how her professional transformation from fine arts specialist to robotic process automation (RPA) developer began.
First post-pandemic technology job fair
“I think what Generation Spain did with its first Technological Employment Week was fantastic since it provided us with an excellent opportunity to have access to interviews with companies that are actually interested in our profiles. For me, it was a great opportunity to showcase my knowledge of RPA and discuss with professionals in this space from which I had a lot to learn.”
A new beginning
“I now work at Grupo Unísono as an RPA Developer. I could not be more grateful to Generation Spain for giving me this opportunity! My profile is not purely technical, and although a technical profile is the most in-demand these days, my soft skills are also valued. I couldn’t be happier with my new position!”
“Before starting this Generation Spain’s Bootcamp (sponsored by Verizon), I was feeling lost, but I don’t feel that way anymore. I have found a career I am passionate about and I hope to continue dedicating myself to it and expanding my RPA knowledge.”