2 July 2020 - 7h41
If the Monaco Solar & Energy Boat Challenge which started yesterday turns out above all to be geared towards innovation in terms of the cleanest possible propulsion of ships, it is also, by the Job forum, a great means of bringing together students and manufacturers of nautical sports.
“Last year, to cite just one example, representatives of the Energy Observer company interviewed fifteen students, hiring eight thereafter,” said Charlotte Mille, project manager at the Monaco Yacht Club. Despite a disappointment all the same. “Due to the health crisis, the initiative paused in 2020 but will be operational again by 2021,” said Charlotte Mille. However, if physical meetings in the form of “job dating” are put in brackets for this 2020 edition, the dedicated web platform remains active throughout the year. Professionals and students can thus meet virtually, at first, as part of a win-win exchange widely acclaimed by industry players, further emphasizes the project manager, since professionals in the maritime sector can post their job offers and that students are offered the opportunity to post their CV.
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