The “Move your orientation” project is coming to eight Loiret colleges in June: what exactly is it?

Arriving this Monday, January 9 morning on his lawn, the “Move your onboarding” project will remain until Tuesday evening. After Jean-Mermoz’s lectures in Gien in December, it was the turn of Orléans resident Jean-Rostand to take advantage of him, more specifically his third grade students.

Financially supported by the prefecture and brought in by the Loiret Chamber of Commerce and Crafts (CMA), the system aims “to support young people who are destined to integrate the professional sector in September, as well as those who still doubt that the public sector is doing well for them” .

Orientation and integration adviser at CMA, Stéphanie Bigot, should join eight QPV (priority city district) colleges in June, on the wheels of a truck that looks like a food truck and a large inflatable tent set up in the middle of the school.

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Three workshops

The project is based on “three twenty-minute workshops”. The so-called “mashing” workshop, first, or “a quiz on the inventions of the craft trade (baking, hair styling, cooking, etc.), then, under the hood, another under the helmet of virtual reality. The image projected onto the students” allows them to immerse themselves in the company, they go around in various professions, industries, trades…”

In the college grounds of Jean-Rostand.

Finally, gathered around “a mystery craftsman”, the three had to guess his skills by asking questions to which “he simply answered yes or no, otherwise it would be too simple”. Having broken through to the present, “the craftsman describes his journey since the third, which has allowed the youth to project themselves…” the project manager continued.

Stéphanie Bigot will also be able to take the opportunity to reveal to them the possibilities of the local field: “The professional sector in Loiret has more than 500 training courses for 250 trades related to the craft.”

Anti dropping out of school too…

The prefect of the delegation, Thierry Maubert, completed his remarks from Jean-Rostand’s college grounds: “Your onboarding Move devices arrive at their school time, so, to be precise, they don’t waste time”, i.e. avoid orientation or, even worse, drop out.

Throughout the year, students who wish to do so can “take advantage of after-sales service, that is, more individual support this time”, to help them perfect their professional projects.

Maybe Jacques, 14, will be one of them. Taking off his virtual reality helmet this Monday morning, he understands that his heart is wavering: “I wanted to work as a real estate agent, but it made me want to turn to logistics.”

The CMA in June will be able to help Jacques see more clearly about his future, if he feels the need.

David Criff

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