« I was hired on the spot because I quickly understood what had to be done through my journey at Renaissance. »
This young graphic designer from Cameroun arrived in Quebec with a well-defined plan: gain experience in customer service and have significant work experience before starting her studies: a DVS of personal assistant in health facilities at the École des métiers des Faubourgs-de-Montréal.
She entered the Renaissance insertion path on the advice of a few friends and started working at the St-Hubert Street store. On her first day, she immediately sympathizes with the manager and her assistant : “They are very good people, we quickly got to know and understand each other. They have always been able to listen to me. ”
Enthusiastic and loving teamwork, Chanceline quickly feels at ease and she invests herself as much in customer service as in the life of the store. “There was always a lot to do at the same time, a lot of challenges. All for the better because I had come to learn. In addition, I often stood up for other participants, because I like helping people. To integrate is not easy. ”
Her journey completed, Chanceline followed his initial plan. She is now working with the CIUSSS North-Island : “I was hired on the spot because I quickly understood what had to be done through my journey at Renaissance. The counselor gave me a lot of advice and helped me manage my emotions and stress. Renaissance trains its employees well.”