READY? SET? APPLY !
Apply for one of our internships, apprenticeships and part-time training programs at www.stage-emploi-formation.com
Or submit a spontaneous application at job.reside-etudes.fr/rejoignez-nous/
Looking for a summer or student job ? Our group also proposes seasonal offers. Find them at job.reside-etudes.fr and apply online.
Groupe Réside Etudes (parent company of Les Estudines brand) is engaged in part-time training programs and proposes over 100 offers every year.
For 5 years, two main fields have emerged : Receptionist (Hotel industry) and Sales manager (Real Estate).
The Group also recruits in several other areas :
At the end of these courses, 70% of the students are recruited on permanent contracts.
Internships have become a must for all courses. And competition is real, as much as for a first job. Maximize your chances !
The first step in finding an internship or a job is the application. Your CV must catch the eye of the recruiter and convince him in a very short time. Polish it in style and content.
If a CV is relatively simple to write, writing a good covering letter requires more attention and method. Inspire yourself by online models but remember... your covering letters should be personalized and systematically adjusted to each application !
A few examples of CV and covering letters creation platforms :
In order to succeed, no help should be neglected. Also, to simplify your search, here is a list of advices :
1. Anticipate your research
Companies usually recruit interns in three periods : at the beginning of the school year in September, then at the beginning of the year in January and finally in April. They publish their offers well in advance. To maximize your chances, anticipate your research three to six months in advance. As for student jobs, offers are more regular.
2. Ask for help
Student or alumni associations, internship services at educational institution, professors, personal relationships : all ideas are good to take and may open new paths. Advices on your project, proofreading of your CV and covering letter, preparing your recruitment interviews : a boost to help you move forward can be useful.
3. Value your experience
Lack of experience is often an obstacle. Turn it into an asset. In the "experiences" section of your CV, do not hesitate to point out your previous internships, your end-of-course project, a personal project, summer or student jobs or even volunteering... You have never worked ? Highlight your passions, your associative or sports experiences.
4. Widen your horizons
Not all internship offers are available on recruitment websites. Multiply meetings, trade fairs and forums, contacts with teaching staff and your visibility on professional social networks. This is the way to build your network, useful to find an internship... or a job later.