win-win situation for companies and for students

New graduates do not always know which direction they want to take and may therefore need some extra guidance. It is great to coach and to match a company with a candidate

“New graduates do not always know which direction they want to take and may therefore need some extra guidance.”

Are you still studying or did you just graduate? Joren Coene might help you find your first job. Take a peek behind the scenes of a Consultant Young talents at Randstad.

“I help students to find a study relevant student job. From the third bachelor year, they can come and knock at my door for a student job that is in line with their training. To this end, I visit various faculties in Antwerp for one and a half day a week.”

A study relevant student job offers advantages for students and employers. “Students get to know the job market in advance, develop their skills and make some money. Organizations can benefit greatly from students who are fully informed.”

In addition, Joren deals with entry-level jobs. “New graduates do not always know which direction they want to take and may therefore need some extra guidance. It is great to coach and to match a company with a candidate. Thanks to the involvement of the faculties, Young talents is a wonderful story which Randstad very much wants to be part of.”