Send your V.I.E to Houston

The French-American Chamber of Commerce offers you an innovative and secure hosting place for your V.I.E within our partner incubator’s offices, Station Houston.

 

About V.I.E program (French)

Quotation for 12 months in Houston (French)

 

 

What is the V.I.E Program?

The V.I.E Program enables French companies to send a young person between 18 and 28 years of age on an assignment abroad (here in Houston) for a flexible period ranging from 6 to 18 months, which can be renewed once within the 18 months limit. It is open to French candidates, as well as to people from the European Economic Area (EEA), of all educational backgrounds.

It appeals to strongly motivated young people: recent graduates, generally from the best universities, Engineering or Business Schools, with professional experience and usually with an international profile, most of them fluent in several languages, having already worked abroad.

What are the benefits?

  • A turnkey solution to your HR needs
  • Fiscal incentives & subsidies
  • Flexible
  • High-profile young professionals

Where can you find the right candidate to match your needs?

UBIFRANCE promotes the V.I.E through institutions of higher education (business & engineering schools, technical schools, universities, etc.) and youth career orientation centers throughout France and maintains a database of all candidates. More than 50,000 candidates with high-level profiles are currently registered and ready to meet specific demands. Companies can select resumes of candidates at http://export.businessfrance.fr/, or alternatively, they can post assignment offers directly on that website. Upon request, UBIFRANCE can also assist companies in the search and recruitment of detailed profiles.

Contact in the U.S.?

Maxime Granger – V.I.E Project Manager U.S. –  maxime.granger@businessfrance.fr

For more information about V.I.E and J-1 visa regulations

Joana Videgain – Executive Director FACC Houston – joana.videgain@facchouston.org

 

* Pour des informations en français, veuillez consulter le site :

http://bit.ly/1MrJjpa

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