Hiring an Apprentice

Hiring a CAWEB student apprentice is an effective way for a company to facilitate his/her professional integration. In fact, if you provide students apprenticeships and/or professionalization contracts with regular and efficient training , then you will also help future employees to more easily integrate into the life and culture of your company. It is also a guarantee of security. Due to their versatile training, apprentices coming from the CAWEB Master’s program can readily adapt to the different needs of your company.

Furthermore, hiring a student apprentice will allow your company to benefit from significant financial advantages associated with doing so. Companies that recruit student apprentices:

  • Are exempt from employer charges, and can benefit from various forms of aid, depending on the regions in which they are located. These benefits include the apprenticeship bonus (€1000 for any new or additional student apprentice hired in companies with fewer than 250 employees, for smaller companies with less than 11 employees, this bonus can amount to €2000)
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  • Benefit from a tax credit of 1600 € per year for each apprentice who has been working in the company for a period of at least 6 years.

Similarly, you can also hire a CAWEB student on a professionalization contract (open to students under 25 years of age in initial university training, job seekers over 26 years of age, or beneficiaries of social minima and subsidized contracts).

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In this case, your company also benefits from several advantages, including:

  • You benefit from exemptions from social security contributions.
  • You can claim a flat rate from the government employment agency (Pôle Emploi) to help students integrate into working life more easily thanks to their professionalization contracts.

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For more on the advantages of hiring student apprentices, visit the work-study portal.

If you are interested in offering apprenticeships to CAWEB student, then visit our Make an Offer page.