Digital technology, an asset for sustainable professional integration

By supporting the ARML Ile-de-France, we are helping young local people to learn about digital technology to help them find traineeships or jobs, or to help them set up a business or return to work.
To do this, we give the association a subsidy of €20,000 to deploy our programme, "Together for youth integration".


Together for youth integration, Signing the agreement, with ARML Idf
Signing the agreement, with Jacques Crosnier, Chairman of ARML-Idf, and Brigitte Audy, General Secretary of the Orange Foundation: 75 local missions will benefit from three digital training modules


The aim is to support the professional integration of advisors from the local missions in the Paris region and raise their awareness of the Orange Foundation digital passport, which they can use to teach the youths at the local missions.

These awareness sessions are spread over four half-days and deal with the following three modules: accessing my rights online, managing my digital ID and my CV online, and finding a job online.

"The local Paris missions help young people throughout their search for a job. We are particularly proud of the partnership with the Orange Foundation because access to digital technology is one of the keys for the young people we help in their search for a job, to create a business, or return to work," explains Anne Becquet, Director of ARML Ile-de-France.

The "Together for youth integration" programme

Young people sometimes need help with digital technology too! Our role is to help them adopt professional digital behaviour. This means, teaching them to look for a job, to use digital tools at work or even to envisage the possibility of a job in digital technology.

At the Orange Foundation, we want to help young people use digital technology as a springboard into the world of work. In 2016, we set up the "Together for youth integration" programme: a project to put young people who are getting into work in contact with young Orange employees. In 2017, with 447 local missions, we are training some 10,000 young people around France free of charge!


Together for youth integration


Digital technology training courses in under-privileged areas

In 2010, our Orange Solidarity association set up digital training workshops in under-privileged areas, to facilitate the social and professional integration of young people.

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