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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Education

Date outcomes contract signed: Mar 2019

Start date of service provision: Sep 2018

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Service users: 1k+ individuals


The intervention has two goals. First, it aims to help high school students in becoming more academically persevering and ambitious, as well as restore their confidence in their ability to pursue studies that align with their personal interests and goals, through a series of workshops and a digital career guidance platform. Second, it aims at helping university students in their first years of study to stay in school through individualized mentorship programs carried out by professionals, as well as counselling sessions.

Target population

High school students on agricultural vocational track, living in rural regions and benefitting from needs-based grants or scholarships.



  • France

Service delivery locations

  • Hauts de France, Occitanie, France

Outcome metrics

  • Workshops deployment indicator. Number of workshops on personal development and career guidance workshops.
  • School perseverance indicator. Increase in the percentage of high school students who express interest in pursuing a university education relative to national average for each discipline by 7 percentage points. National reference rate calculated each year.
  • Number of mentors. Number of mentors trained and deployed through the program.
  • Exam attendance indicator. Increase in the percentage of high school students who show up to their final exams (in view of obtaining the Brevet de Technicien Supérieur Agricole) relative to national average for each discipline by 5 percentage points. National reference rate calculated each year.
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