#JNDJ2014: Discovering the many careers in the cultural industries
The French National Youth Day, an annual event which calls upon private companies to take action in favor of youth, takes place on November 20, 2014. As a partner, Vivendi welcomes 70 students for an introduction to the many careers in the cultural industries and offers an in-depth glimpse into the event on Vivoice webradio.
Four professionals from Vivendi’s subsidiaries Canal+ Group and Universal Music will explain their career path and share their experience with some 70 students aged 17-20.
- ➜ Marie Mustel, Head of Talent Factory & Digital Marketing at CANAL+ Group
- ➜ Geraldine Gendre, Executive Vice President Production and Distribution, Studiocanal
- ➜ Damien Fischetti, Digital Strategist, Polydor
- ➜ Nicolas Pellet, Head of Marketing and A&R, Polydor
have joined this ‘open house’ morning organized by Vivendi for the third year in a row. The event gives both professionals and young people a chance to have an inspiring exchange of views.
Supported by the Ministry of Education and the Economic, Social and Environmental Council, the French National Youth Day (JNDJ) brings together hundreds of public entities, businesses and civil society’s initiatives aimed at creating tangible connections and meetings between young people and national economic players. To find out more about this day of action, you can listen below the interview that JNDJ founder Claudine Schellino gave to Vivendi’s CSR webradio Vivoice. The podcast (only in French) can be downloaded, shared and commented on Vivoice’s website or twitter at @WebradioVivoice and #Vivoice.
Vivendi’s participation to the National Youth Day is perfectly aligned with the corporate social responsibility policy of the group, which as soon as 2003 has defined empowering youth, promoting cultural diversity and sharing knowledge as its three CSR strategic issues.
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