A digital solidarity project in Valence with E2C

As part of calls for solidarity projects, we provide our support to the Ecole de la Deuxième Chance (the Second Chance School) and its M.I.S.S.I.O.N. project. It is an educational project focused on digital technology.
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Understanding IT, Stimulating their Interest and Opening Up to Digital Technology. These are the objectives of the M.I.S.S.I.O.N programme, launched by the Ecole de la Deuxième Chance in Valence and supported by an employee, Brigitte Chareyre, as part of calls for solidarity projects This digital inclusion project seems to help deal with the beneficiaries’ difficulties in using digital technology, but also the problems caused by a limited number of machines. Indeed, the IT equipment at the Ecole de la Deuxième Chance is limited, even though each beneficiary needs a computer to advance.
As part of the skills philanthropy within the Orange Solidarity association, Brigitte Chareyre coordinates digital technology-focused training workshops with young people from E2C. "I was able to see the lack of computers for myself, they sometimes don’t have a workstation", she comments. "As part of an apprenticeship through the Khan Academy platform, for example, it is vital that each young person can benefit from the private use of a PC. "

Brigitte Chareyre, thanked by the young people at the Ecole de la Deuxième Chance.

Valence E2C éducation numérique
valence E2C éducation numérique

Thanks to our support, E2C has been able to acquire IT equipment to allow each student to complete training in optimal learning conditions and to achieve their objectives. " I am fully confident in E2C’s digital inclusion goal", continues Brigitte Chareyre. "It has a different teaching style, based on motivational group projects. Their aim is to be able to encourage the social and professional integration of young people."

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