Toulouse: the Masterpiece Prize, “a passport to professional life”
The Stéphane Hessel high school in Toulouse hosted the third edition of the Masterpiece Prize this Thursday.
The Masterpiece Award aims to promote the technical skills and qualities of oral expression of CAP students and apprentices who have prepared their “masterpiece” for 2 years. The Stéphane Hessel high school in Toulouse yesterday hosted the 3rd edition of this award during a ceremony jointly organized by the Association of Members of the Order of Academic Palms of Haute-Garonne (AMOPA31), the Groupe Dépêche Foundation and the Rectorate of the Toulouse Academy.
Seven departmental finalists from Haute-Garonne, Gers and Tarn presented their results yesterday, testifying their know-how and their interpersonal skills, before a tripartite jury made up of representatives of the various organizers. Four prizes were awarded. That of creativity to Murat Priu of the Alain Fournier high school in Mirande for his commercial experience project in 360, that of technical innovation to Chloé Yeche of the Gallieni high school in Toulouse for “his marioles”, indoor bowls, that of the collective creation for the 4 hairdressing seasons to Amel Jamou and Nadia Khodja of the Hélène Boucher high school in Toulouse. Finally, Maksym Trokhimchuk from the Renée Bonnet high school in Toulouse won the favorite of the jury with his project to create a restaurant. “The Masterpiece Award recognizes excellence and talent. It is a passport to professional life”, underlined Michèle Doerflinger, president of AMOPA31. For Isabelle Sabatier, representative of Marie-France Marchand-Baylet, president of the Groupe Dépêche Foundation, one of whose missions is to help young people, especially through training, “we must change the way we look at professional training and at this Prize of the masterpiece can contribute to it,” he stressed.