The policy of increasing integration of young people hosted under work-study contracts lies at the heart of our commitment to help young people into employment. Contributing to young people's training by integrating them within the company encourages their entry into working life.
In 2014, over 1,560 work-study students were hosted at Air France, from NVQ training programmes to Bac + 5, in a wide variety of professions and sectors of activity.
In a challenging economic environment, the Company is working to support young work-study students into employment at the end of the contract.
As such, Air France develops partnerships with different organisations: players in the territory, local missions, associations and business consortia.
It also implements a support system for young people with:
In 2006, the company signed the Corporate Commitment Charter for Equal Opportunities in National Education.
In 2013, Air France signed the "Businesses and Neighbourhoods Charter” and thereby committed itself to making a practical contribution to promoting access to employment and the creation of businesses within priority neighbourhoods.
For its actions, Air France relies upon on a wide network of partners: