To promote diversity and equal opportunities, the association Course en Cours has created a nationwide contest to enable secondary school pupils to set up a racing car team. Clemessy and the Eiffage Foundation are providing support to help the structure set up a contest in Mulhouse.
The association Course en Cours works to promote equal opportunities, diversity and careers in the technology sector. The association has created a nationwide contest to get 7,500 secondary school pupils involved in setting up a racing car team using electric scale-model sports cars.
The contest is being set up for the Strasbourg education authority, in partnership with the technical and mechanical IUT technology institute at Mulhouse-Colmart University (Haut-Rhin). An experiment to get young people who have dropped out of education involved, is being carried out in partnership with the local Crepi (a network of regional companies promoting professional integration).
Philippe Wolfarth, Industrial Director at Clemessy is supporting the project. Clemessy is providing financial support for the project along with the Eiffage Foundation.
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