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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“What are the skills needed to succeed as a Product Manager? Can I still become a Product Manager? Do I need to have an MBA to become a good Product Manager? What if I don’t have a technical background?” These are some of the questions that students have frequently asked me over …
Providing students with lifelong skills so that they are ready for the labour market has always remained a priority for higher education institutions. How can we prepare students for the future in a society that is rapidly shifting and transforming? How do we educate them for jobs …
n middle school, most children around me were passionate about football, drawing or music. My interests were quite different: I wanted to transform the matter. I don’t know how to explain this but truth is, I was fascinated by the transformation of of a raw element like a leaf or a flower into something else …
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