ALTEN strives to enhance the standing of engineering professions and scientific careers and encourages student entrepreneurship in order to foster excellence among the engineers of the future.
The group pursued its active international recruitment policy, welcoming more than 3,000 young engineers and employees with high potential, among 50% of them had graduated less than two years previously.
The Group develops partnerships with engineering schools, universities and business schools, and goes out to meet students by participating in job search preparatory forums, fairs and workshops, for instance the ALTEN Job Tour.
CNJE – French National Confederation of Junior-Enterprises
Signed in late 2011, the partnership linking ALTEN with the CNJE, France’s leading student network, is based on a shared desire to promote and foster entrepreneurship among students.
ALTEN helps young entrepreneurs through skills-transfer sessions to develop their group studying activities and build their individual career plans.
Work-study placements: a springboard for young people
ALTEN supports work-study students for their entry into the world of employment, training them for careers in engineering and technology consultancy, employing in-house tutors who monitor the transfer of skills.