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Wintegreat @HECParis

15 November 2017

Recrutement event

Wintegreta poster

Launch of Wintegreat@HECParis

Wintegreat is a social enterprise that empowers refugees and enables them to bounce back via innovative programs in top-ranking higher education establishments across France and Europe.

Refugees receive around 20 hours of weekly lessons (French, English, “Living in...”) over a period of 12 weeks.

All refugees participating in the program will have an HEC student coach and buddy to practice French and to support them to realize their projects.

Call for action: Recrutment event on HEC campus on November 15, at 7 p.m. in T206.

Students of the MSc in Sustainability & Social Innovation are looking for motivated students who are willing to become part of this amazing program! Students can become a buddy or coach and have a real impact. They will only have to commit to 1-2 hours of work per week and there will be an opportunity to receive ECTS credits for their engagement.



Wintegreat has already enabled 200+ people to play an active role in their host society. The programs are currently hosted in 4 quality higher-education institutions: ESCP Europe, Sciences Po, ESSEC, and Sciences Po Bordeaux. Wintegreat receives the generous support of numerous partners, and is also supported by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

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