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Welcome to the new @talentEgal website. The @talentEgal website has been redesigned! A clearer and more dynamic version that’s even more accessible...


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@talentEgal IN A FEW WORDS

In France, just 4% of students who have a disability graduate from a business or engineering school. It was with this statistic in mind that Alcatel-Lucent, which is now part of Nokia, created the @talentEgal association in 2010, together with 6 partner schools. The goal is to support students with disabilities on their journey towards graduating from higher education. Adding the Safran Group in 2013, SII in 2016 and Dassault Systèmes in 2017, the association now works with 4 companies and 7 different partner schools.

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more than
100

students
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5000

km traveled per year

Our partner companies

(All disability-friendly)

The SII Group, a digital transformation technology partner, supports its clients with their digital...

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Safran is an international technology group, experimenting at the highest levels with aeronautics,...

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Today, Nokia is one of the world leaders in technology, allowing people to connect with each other...

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InTech

InTech


@talentEgal brings you the latest technological innovations that are helping people with disabilities

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Onhandiscute

Onhandiscute


Onhandiscute is the part of @talentEgal where every month we take a look at a different disability or illness.

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Toolbox

Toolbox


@talentEgal brings you the latest technological innovations that are helping people with disabilities

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