After a Bachelor at Montpellier Business School, Vincent joined the Master Grande Ecole program and does it by apprenticeship at Shell, who finances his humanitarian mission in Nepal!

Vincent and humanitarian projects, it's a long story. He went to Nepal this week end to bring to an orphanage in Katmandou’s suburbs, the school supplies he collected. Currently apprentice at Shell, the student, part of the Master Grande Ecole program is widely supported by his employer in his humanitarian effort.

Native from our region, Vincent joined Montpellier Business School in the first year of the Bachelor program, 4 years ago. « I did my whole curriculum at Montpellier BS », says the 23 years old student. « During my studies, I went on a humanitarian mission in Togo for two months during the first-year of my Bachelor. I participated in the construction of a mini hospital and gave French and Mathematic classes in a primary school. I felt in love with this country and its population! I also did another six-month internship in India, in Chennai, where I was project manager for Animedia, a French eLearning company. During this internship, I had the opportunity to go to Sri Lanka where I gave classes to children. Again, I not only felt useful but I also realized how lucky I was! »

After graduating from his Bachelor’s degree, Vincent decided to continue his studies by integrating Montpellier Business School’s Master Grande Ecole program by apprenticeship.  « I was recruited by Shell in Paris as an Indirect Sales Coordinator, my mission is to coordinate the activities of the Field Salesperson and create reports for the Key Account Manager. During my vacation time, I decided to join a humanitarian mission to support Nepalese orphans. My 30 kg suitcase will only be filled with school supplies. Thanks to the advantages given by the works council, my return ticket for Nepal was fully funded! Shell also supported me by giving me a lot of notebooks and pens to bring to the orphanage Nepal Orphans Home, which is located on the heights of Kathmandu. This is my work, my initiative and I want to thank Shell for their support. »

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