Remarkable results for the CJE of D’Autray-Joliette

Remarkable results for the CJE of D’Autray-Joliette
Remarkable results for the CJE of D’Autray-Joliette

The Carrefour jeunesse-emploi (CJE) of D’Autray-Joliette is proud to announce the remarkable results obtained during the year 2023-2024, thus demonstrating its commitment to the personal and professional success of young people in our region.

The general director, Bruno Ayotte, mentions that: “At the CJE, we are firmly convinced that each step taken towards employment, the pursuit of studies, the development of projects or the balance of daily life represents a significant leap towards personal and professional success. We encourage every young person to seize opportunities, explore new horizons and act with determination. Each step taken brings them a little closer to realizing their dreams and aspirations. »

Over the past year, the CJE has supported a total of 3,714 young people. 886 young people in employment and guidance were supported, displaying a remarkable placement rate of 71%. In addition, 907 young people were supported in their journey to school perseverance and return to school. In addition to these two components, various projects have been implemented aimed at developing autonomy, artistic development, entrepreneurial development, regional establishment and community involvement.

On behalf of the entire CJE team in D’Autray-Joliette, we would like to warmly thank each young person for their trust and commitment. Together, we continue to build a bright future for our community.

To read the full annual report, go to: https://moncje.com

About the CJE of D’Autray-Joliette:

The Carrefour jeunesse-emploi de D’Autray-Joliette offers a range of services and projects aimed at supporting young people in their socio-professional integration and personal development. Since 1996, the CJE has been committed to supporting young people in the region in achieving their professional goals.

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