Students with disabilities will have new training and employment opportunities through the United project, an initiative of the Adecco Foundation that has backed by 22 leading companies in Spain and with the support of several universities such as Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, University of Castilla la Mancha and University of Alcalá. Aiming to expand the performance of the project together with the whole country and offer the opportunity of participating students and universities throughout Spain, the Adecco Foundation initiated a selection process open to students with disabilities who are pursuing their studies in any public or private Spanish University for the academic year 2015-2016.
beneficiary students will be supervised and advised by a mentor from a company related to the sector of their qualification, expanding their employment opportunities. The central figure of the project is mentoring. Used volunteers from the Member companies voluntarily tutorizan to one of the students with disabilities and support you with their knowledge and experience. The process includes actions of reception and presentation, at least two contacts a month, monitoring during the course and telephone counselling and / online throughout the academic year. This process is coordinated by experts in selection of the Adecco Foundation working with participants orientation and job placement.
as requirement requires the certificate of disability over 33% and be enrolled in a diploma or degree in Spanish universities. Not having work experience related to their studies in the company.