Tarn-et-Garonne: the Maison de l’orientation mobile makes a stop at the Moissac school complex

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The Region has activated its own Mobile Orientation Center to meet students and adults looking for work. With customized support. Report to Moissac this Wednesday afternoon.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, for the first time, the Maison de l’orientation mobile (MOM) put its wheels in the courtyard of the François-Mitterand school complex. If the students of the course had privileged access to this new system supported by the Region, this Wednesday afternoon was dedicated to all those looking for work or looking for professional retraining. Born in September in particular in the context of the “Pact for recruitment”, a project dear to the President of Occitania Carole Delga, the two MOMs want to be a vector of equality for all the inhabitants of the territory far from the occupation. . In this kiosk which is a jewel of technology, the public has access to virtual reality goggles to discover the trifle of 160 trades. But also tablets, large screens and computers to be connected to “Parcouréo”, this software that allows you to offer jobs according to your own centers of interest.

“In the MOM there is a lot of information but above all people. Young people and job seekers meet guidance professionals to carry out their project. The tool is just a pretext: the MOM is a starting point for getting in touch with the Maison de Région and its advisers. Here, we give the methodology to find your way. Many do not know what to do, so we are here to decipher the range of possibilities,” explains Laurent Bonnefont, regional director of the Maison de l’orientation. It is therefore the beginning of a personalized approach which can also be initiated directly with the Maison de la Région, in Montauban*.

Vice principal Emilie Pique received Laurent Bonnefont, Rachida Lucazeau, François Albert, director of the Maison de la Région in Montauban, and Marie Castro.

“Today we are no longer wrong”

“It is about allowing equal opportunities throughout the territory”, underlines Rachida Lucazeau, regional councilor. “And orientation shouldn’t be the prerogative of colleges and rectors, Carole Delga cares a lot about it. There are no age limits here and we receive an audience that is very far from the world of work. But the sooner we address the problems, the better we support ”, notes Marie Castro, regional vice president for professional training. That is to say if the chosen one knows the subject. was designed to take the “brakes” off hiring, on one side or the other. Whether it’s housing, childcare, mobility: the Region has “made a pact” with 70 companies, especially Medef, to forge lasting partnerships.”When we see the unemployment rate and the number of professions straining in terms of hiring, there is still a paradox,” he continues.

In Moissac, where jobseekers exceed 20% depending on the neighbourhood, such an initiative necessarily makes sense. “We have been working on orientation since 4th grade. Sometimes you have to get students out of their bubble. This morning there is one to whom I learned that there was a metro in Toulouse and that he could get there by train. But it’s not just Moissac in life! » smiles Mélanie, an orientation officer who sees far more parents than anxious pupils at the prospect of Parcoursup. “Today we are no longer wrong! From now on, you can change jobs three or four times in the same life! »

Around 10,000 people have already been welcomed to the Maison de l'orientation mobile.

Around 10,000 people have already been welcomed to the Maison de l’orientation mobile.

On Wednesday afternoon, at least 40 adults came to François-Mitterand to meet the teams of the Region. In particular, the association or reintegration groups “Espace et Vie” monitored by Pôle emploi, in Castelsarrasin. From one end of Occitania to the other, around 10,000 people have already been welcomed in these kiosks.

*Orientation workshops every Thursday at 20 place Prax-Paris, in Montauban. Information: [email protected] or 05 61 39 69 82.

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