As part of the partnership between Audencia and the FEDEEH, a first PHRATRIES tutoring program was launched on Thursday, November 26th with the students of the ULIS class of the Louis Antoine de Bougainville high school.
The group of students from Audencia's Grande Ecole Program will conduct their second tutoring workshop on January 7, 2021, this time face-to-face!
As a reminder, during the school year, the tutors prepare and propose personal development sessions based on confidence, self-esteem, oral fluency and taking control of one's future. The goal of the tutoring is to meet the needs of these young people in terms of professional integration and further education.
The class of 2020 has a total of 16 Audencia students trained in disability and workshop facilitation by the FEDEEH.
Created in 2010, FEDÉEH (Fédération étudiante pour une dynamique études et emploi avec un handicap) is the national movement of young people committed to an inclusive society with respect to disability. It supports the deployment of a mutual aid network of more than 800 young disabled members and more than 60 member student associations, including 12 national federations of disciplines (health, sports, legal and social sciences, etc.). In April 2020, the FEDÉEH launched a mutual aid platform to connect young people in need of help with volunteers.