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With Un métier pour demain : parrainage professionnel (A job for tomorrow: professional mentoring)

Target audience

AudienceStatutory refugees, Beneficiaries of subsidiary protection, Beneficiaries of temporary protection, Stateless people
Level of FrenchA2, B1, B2, C1, C2


Free of charge

Availability requested

Duration of commitmentMinimum 3 months
Frequency of participationMinimum 2 sessions per month


Be in possession of a residence permit or a receipt

Discover the professional world in France

Updated on il y a 7 mois

What is it?

After obtaining your international protection, you now have the possibility of working, but you do not necessarily know how andwhere to look for work in France.

This program aims to put you in touch with professionals to help you discover how we work in France…

Professional sponsorship allows you to meet regularly with a person available to support you in your professional project. These regular meetings take place at least twice a month, for a minimum of 3 months.

Throughout the course, each candidate benefits from individual monitoring and personalized support based on their professional project.

Why is it interesting?

You can ask questions about working conditions, the advantages of working in France, the sectors of activity and professions that are recruiting...

You can share your experiences with people who will advise you. They will help you set up an action plan to find training, an internship, a job or develop your own business.

Your mentor will introduce you to people in his or her professional network, put you in touch with companies, perhaps show you around, and/or give you the opportunity to apply for a job.

You'll learn how to put your experience and knowledge to good use, how to present yourself at interviews and how to ask the right questions to make the company want to recruit you.

Discuss and exchange ideas in French with someone who is available and knows the vocabulary of your sector of activity, so that you can improve your French and be independent at work.

How to do it?

Make an appointment with Pierre-Yves Orlianges, at the integration/CPH center of France Terre d'Asile in Rouen:

He says:

"Together, we will fill out a questionnaire about your experience and your professional wishes, and I will look for a mentor who does the same job as you or that you want to do."

Depending on your availability and your areas of interest, we will suggest that you meet a mentor over a coffee to get to know you and begin the sponsorship.

You and your mentor can decide together what you want to do during this sponsorship:

  • the frequency of meeting times (at least two meetings per month)
  • the organization of the program.

You will fill out a follow-up booklet together, to record your progress, which you will then keep.

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