DLW reached our corporate partner contacts to understand what they think about our partnership. Ana Cecília Xavier, Senior Communications Analyst at Wood, a DLW partner since 2015, spoke a little about what this experience has been like.
As part of the final stage of DLW’s cycle, divided into the Dream, Learn and Work phases, the institution seeks to introduce the student to the job market. This introduction happens in a variety of ways, such as visits to partner companies, workshops and mentoring programs.
Last week was the last day of the Human Development course, held in partnership with SENAI and with the FIRJAN Integrated Social Responsibility Projects Division. Each of the 29 students dedicated the day to think
On October 2nd and 9th we had the incredible opportunity to take a group of students to visit Brunel’s office, one of our partner companies, located in Barra da Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro. Brunel is an international service provider specialized in recruitment and selection and the meetings were aimed primarily at helping youngsters prepare to enter the job market with some of the experienced recruiters working there.
Dream Learn Work’s mission is to create opportunities for a brighter future through education and professional qualification for young people in vulnerable socio-economic situations in Rio de Janeiro.
In the second half of 2019 we received invitations from many partner companies to take our students to visit their headquarters. These events are crucial for young people to have contact with the professional world.
In partnership with Instituto Mar e Portos – IMAPOR we are carrying out a Maritime Agent course, focused on training people to become agents, something unprecedented in Brazil.
Last month we took some DLW volunteers and friends to the Bola Pra Frente Institute, one of our partner NGOs, so they could get a close look at our work and meet some students.
At the end of September our students had the incredible opportunity to visit two different environments of Wood, one of our partner companies.
Continuing our interview series, Marceli from Abrigo Rainha Silvia talked a little bit about her past, her present, and her dreams and expectations for her and her daughter’s future. Check it out: