We believe that meetings with professionals are essential for young people to be able to define their career plan. Our mentoring tool puts people back at the heart of career guidance by connecting young people aged 15 to 30 with a community of 52,000 mentors from over 3,000 companies.
We provide you with educational resources allowing you to train your students to become masters in the art of networking (videos, articles, etc.).
Register for free and benefit from the support of our community of mentors to help your students in their career guidance!
Create your mandatory training modules on your dashboard and define their objectives according to each group of students’ needs.
Once you have created the program and defined the objectives, reach out to your students to share the resources we have produced to help them network and invite them to create their own account!
Generate activity reports in just a few clicks from your dashboard (number of mentors contacted, number of appointments made, etc.).
FOR YOUR STUDENTS
They sign up for free in just a few minutes and immediately have access to our community of 52,000 mentors.
Thanks to meetings with our mentors, they discover new career paths and picture themselves in different companies.
Remotely or face-to-face, students discuss work life with our mentors with complete honesty.
Young people enjoy all the advantages of our tool up to their 30s: meetings with our community of mentors, dedicated content, webinars, etc.
Click on search for an overview of their profiles!
companies featured on our tool
mentors from all fields, 23% of whom are located abroad
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