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  1. HOMERe High Opportunity for Mediterranean Executives Recruitment Noha FATHI, Responsible HOMERe for the Southern Bank, Rania Ben Saber HOMERe Intern, Léo VINCENT, Responsible HOMERe An initiative : RMEI –Réseau Méditerranéen des Ecoles d’Ingénieurs et de management CCEF- Conseillers du Commerce Extérieur de la France With participation of ASCAME, BUSINESSMED, and a Regional Consortium

  2. HOMERe’s Ambition • Unemployment is high among young university graduates • Acceptance of underqualified jobs • Risk of instability and radicalization of youth • Increasing in talent drains Yes AN AMBITION FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN Recruitment in their origin country X UNEMPLOYMENT Low-qualified Jobs

  3. HOMERe’s Objectives “Connecting graduates to Business through international internships in the Mediterranean” Improve the access of the most talented students to qualified first job positions Maintain these talented students in and for the Mediterranean economy Improve the employability prospects of young talented graduates in their native country

  4. An Efficient Internship The HOMERe Internship Some Key Words • A real need of a company • A professionalizing project in a team • An international experiment • Acquiring soft skills • Discovering the capacities of the intern • Loving the internship place • Integration in the local society • Proudness of being a Mediterranean Objectives

  5. A transparent and valid process 1st phase ALUMNI HOMERe Group HOMERe

  6. Regional Consortium • Algerian Talents and Leaders Association (ATLAS) • Association des Chambres de Commerce et d’Industrie de la Méditerranée (ASCAME) • Association des Ingénieurs Francophones en Egypte (AIFE) • Association Scientifique Algérienne des géosynthétiques (ASAG) • Associazione Kronos • BusinessMed • Club des entrepreneurs et industriels de la Mitidja (CEIMI) • Comunità delle Università Mediterranee (CUM) • Confédération Générale des Entreprises Algériennes (CGEA) • Confédération Générale des Entreprises du Maroc (CGEM) • Conseillers du Commerce Extérieur Français (CCEF) • Consiglio Nazionale degli Ingegneri (CNI) • Fédération des Experts-Comptables Méditerranéens (FCM) • Federation of Egyptian Industries (FEI) • Hard Workers • HOMERe France • Ingénierie méditerranéenne pour l'export et le développement (Imed) • Ordre des Ingénieurs Tunisiens (OIT) • Réseau des Villes Euromed (Euromed) • Réseau Méditerranéen des Ecoles d’Ingénieur et de Management (RMEI) • Union Tunisienne de l'Industrie, du Commerce et de l'Artisanat (UTICA) • Unione delle Università del Mediterraneo (UNIMED) • Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO) • Partnership: l’iesMed Objectives

  7. May 31, 2018: some HOMERe figures 417 HOMERe Interns since 2008 228 Since 2015 • 293 Maroccan students • 102 Tunisian students • 12 Lebanese students • 6 French students • 4 Other countries 47 % female Companies • Alcatel Lucent Enterprise, CGI, Eaux de Marseille, IBM, Orange, AtoS, Capgemini, NCA Rouiba, BNP-Paribas, Cegedim … and several SMEs Locations • 400 in France, 10 in Morocco, …

  8. An example in Information Technologies : HOMERe-OTI / HOMERe-IT network between France and Morocco 14universities / engineering schools 25Business Unit HOMERe-OTI a solidarity bridge between the university and the socio-economic world of Morocco in Information Technologies 293interns A hiring rate in the continuity of the internship of 90% of which 70% in Morocco

  9. Testimony Rania Ben Saber Age : 25 Nationality : Tunisia 2018 : A six-month Internship at NCA Rouiba (Algeria) 2018 : Biology engineer diploma from the Tunis Private Polytechnic School 2015 : Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy. HOMERe Responsible : WidedCarpentier (HW)

  10. Next steps Development of national HOMERe Committees in each country of implementation. Promotion of the ”Club des Entreprises HOMERe” Taking into account the objectives of local, national and regional authorities. For instance joining the EU objectives regarding legal migration Implementing a sustainable governance with the management of 1000 interns / a year

  11. Summary • A new intra-Mediterranean internship mobility programme providing companies with a matchmaking platform for sourcing young talents from the region to become their interns and perhaps after their future employees. • Strengthened linkages between business and universities. • Potential employment opportunities for students in their country of origin after the internship ends. • A regional network of internationally skilled alumni with a Mediterranean focus.

  12. All Together for HOMERe and for the Mediterranean YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION ! Contacts Léo VINCENT Noha FATHI « On parle du Futur de la Méditerranée. HOMERe est le présent de la Méditerranée ! » F. Sijilmassi