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Recruiting Erasmus and ESN Spain with youth employability
Alfonso Jiménez, Managing Partner of PeopleMatters, and Samuel López Carril, President of the Federation Erasmus Student Network Spain (ESN Spain) have signed a collaboration agreement in the offices of PeopleMatters in Madrid to disseminate the Erasmus Recruiting Program among European university students.
According to Alfonso Jiménez Managing Partner of PeopleMatters, "from Recruiting Erasmus we are delighted at the same time that we are really excited with the signing of this agreement that will allow us to disseminate our Recruiting Erasmus Employment Program intended only for university students who have made or are about to to carry out an international academic mobility experience among this group of children who, with their daily work, demonstrate all these cross-cutting qualities (initiative, proactivity, multicultural understanding of the world, etc.) that are precisely what the leading companies in our country are looking for above any other variable. It is for us, at the same time, a pleasure to help you through this agreement of sponsorship of your meetings and events to continue working as before to make life a little easier for all that number of students who decide to leave a season to continue their degrees to other countries."
In the words of Samuel López Carril, President of ESN Spain, "From Erasmus Student Network Spain (ESN Spain) we are very proud to seal this collaboration agreement with PeopleMatters, within its Erasmus Recruiting project, where between both entities we will create synergies to connect the business world with the international talent of students incoming and outgoing, promoting youth employability and the internationalization of companies. This new collaboration link between PeopleMatters and ESN Spain, will serve to further strengthen the commitment of both entities to international mobility and all the positive impact it has on our society."
The above article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English. Click here to read the original article.