My Job Glasses, the leading mentoring tool in Europe, puts people back at the heart of career guidance by connecting all 15-30 Y.O. with 52,000 professionals from over 3,000 companies.
in the French mentoring sector, having helped 100,000 young people in 2020 alone
mentors from all fields, 23% of whom are located abroad
mentor/mentee duos in March 2021 alone
Our tool allows all young people aged 15 to 30 years to access the largest mentoring community in Europe. Search now to get an overview of our mentors’ profiles !
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Our financing comes from our partnership with large companies that share our philosophy and values. It is a win-win collaboration : young people have full access to all industries and jobs which allows them to better understand their career options; while companies invest in the future by getting in touch with the next generation.
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Whether you are a recruiter or a candidate, the selection process can sometimes turn out to be complicated, tedious, and even trying. On the recruiter side, there are many challenges: they must identify and attract the rare gem who will perfectly fit the team. But, above all, they need to make …
Someone told me you feel ready to take the plunge and start contacting mentors on My Job Glasses? Good for you! If you have never done it before, you may feel a little lost and probably don’t know where to start. No worries, this article is just what you need! It will help you figure out how to find …
You’ve made a list of the mentors you’d like to talk to, but you are not really sure on how to proceed? Follow this guide and everything will be fine! First things first: keep in mind that there are no good or bad profiles to start with. It all depends on what you’re looking for and on your current …
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