From classrooms to career fairs: INSEEC Bachelor Chambéry offers student jobs throughout the program.
To help them financially or simply to live a unique experience, INSEEC Bachelor Chambéry has aroused the interest of its students by offering them small jobs.
Once again this year, the training counselors were able to count on the motivation and involvement of the students to accompany them to the region’s career fairs.
This was an opportunity for Marion FLOURIS (1st year student in the international program), Camille JEANNOLIN (1st year student in the professional program) and Baptiste TEMIL (2nd year student in the international program) to meet with parents and high school students.
Our 3 students, dynamic and willing, shared with them moments of exchange on post-baccalaureate orientation, presented the school, the program, their career path while trying to build a coherent orientation project in line with the desires of each one.
Thanks to their interpersonal skills, presenting their training is now an exercise in which they excel.
Marion and Camille talk about their experience:
Marion: “I wanted to take part in these events because for future baccalaureate students, orientation is not always easy. It seemed normal to me to be able to share with these high school students what the school brings me every day, whether through the courses, the speakers who are always available to help us, the various seminars offered and meetings with professionals.
Participating in these fairs has been an enriching and constructive human experience.”
Camille: “By going to meet high school students, I wanted to help them in their future orientation. Indeed, having been a high school student myself last year, these fairs brought me a lot of information and allowed me to make a well-considered decision about my future studies. Moreover, from the first fair, I noticed that my participation was an excellent opportunity for me to work on my oral expression. We exchange with students and parents in order to present the Bachelor’s program and we answer their questions carefully, which requires us to be at ease and professional. The fairs allowed me to meet many students, share my experience with them and reassure them about their doubts about higher education.”Updated 24 February 2022