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  • Engels
  • Corporate news
  • 04-02-2019

NautaDutilh Brussels has decided to play an active role in the socio-professional integration of young people by taking part in the Be.Face mentorship programme.

Eight partners from NautaDutilh Brussels - Philippe Péters, Elke Janssens, Nicolas de Crombrugghe, Philippine De Wolf, Thierry Duquesne, Florence Verhoestraete, Anne Fontaine and Thibaut Willems - will mentor third-year bachelor's and first-year master's students.

The Be.Face programme is intended for students from underprivileged backgrounds (orphans, disabled persons, migrants, refugees, first-generation university graduates, etc.). The objective is to prepare them for entry to the workforce since even with a diploma, they stand less chance of finding a job. Be.Face has already partnered with a number of universities and schools of higher education in the Brussels region, and many law students have participated or are participating in its Bright Future programme.

Please visit www.beface.be for more information.


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