Under the impetus of Samia El Sabaa, a teacher committed to equal opportunities, eleven high school students from the Terminale Bac Pro class of Théodore Monod High School in Noisy-le-Sec (93) set out to discover Silicon Valley, to discuss with young executives from elsewhere .
Commitment to the younger generation, championing integration and cultural openness: this is the mission that the philanthropic investor Noa Khamallah has entrusted to himself by financing these unique educational trips. The goal is to create a bridge between two worlds to open new horizons for young people from sensitive areas.
A trip under the slogan of cultural and professional enrichment
Head to discover a major cultural and economic center in the United States. On March 13, eleven high school students from Noisy-le-Sec spent a week in San Francisco outside the walls of the school. Discover the city of tolerance and emancipation of minorities, a major cultural and economic center in the United States. In partnership with Google France, this trip was an opportunity for high school students to visit Google’s main office located in San Francisco, California, where they were able to interact with young Google employees from diverse backgrounds.
Reach the unreachable, break down barriers and open the field of possibilities
Designed by Samia El Sabaa, a professor famous for her uncompromising work in favor of dialogue between ethnic and minority groups in France and abroad, this educational program aims to overcome fears and prejudices. ” Moving class, going to visit cultural places, meeting personalities and experts, opens up new horizons and allows young people to imagine a better future by breaking down social barriers. Samia Al-Sabaa explains. ” In a context like ours, it is important for young people to learn to develop their critical thinking to better understand the challenges of globalization. This type of initiative must be circulated to prevent school failure and encourage careers. »
Noa Kham Allah, an exceptional serial investor
Noa Khamallah is the son of Algerian immigrants. Raised by his grandmother, from scratch, this self-taught entrepreneur campaigns for a more equal world. A world where origin or name is no longer an obstacle to climbing the social ladder. He’s a typical example of a self-taught who predestined nothing before becoming a serial investor (more than 15 startups to his credit including great references in micro-hopping from Voi to Lime, via Charge Enterprises US today listed on Nasdaq, or Cure in Germany). ” I left school at the age of 16 and fell into a state of instability and aberration “You say kind of ore god.” Not having had the opportunity to have a teacher like Samia Al Sabaa with projects that are as inspiring as they are motivating, I didn’t have much hope. This type of project opens horizons, allows students to plan for themselves and dream of a better future, and helps to avoid dropping out of school. I also encourage the awareness of entrepreneurs from sensitive neighborhoods, who have succeeded, to be a driving force for social upswing through this type of work.. »
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