For secondary school students, the Prépa’Rémois association opens doors to the university hospital
Published on 12/27/2022
At the start of Decembers, students from the Prépa’Rémois student association went with several secondary school students in the Cordées de la Réussite programme to the Reims university hospital. The aim was to learn about different medical professions. At the hospital, professionals presented the typical work day of a personal care assistant, a nurse, a physiotherapist and a radiology technician.
The NEOMA students then went with other secondary school students to Village by CA to learn about the world of entrepreneurship. They were able to talk with the two creators of the start-up CYGNE, Axel Delannoy and Inès Saadallah, who was also in the Cordées de la Réussite programme.
The aim of Cordées de la Réussite is to combat self-censorship and encourage the desire to pursue further education among younger students. This programme is supported by two student associations from our business school, Prépa’ Rémois in Reims and Envie D’Sup in Rouen. Each year these associations organise workshops, outings and meetings in secondary schools and sixth-form colleges. In the past fifteen years, 5,000 tutored students have received assistance from NEOMA students.