Thursday March 25, an agreement between the town hall of Colomiers and the association Solidarités Nouvelles face au Unemployment (SNC).
SNC is an association under the 1901 law which offers job seekers human and personalized support, thanks to its network of volunteer guides. The proposed approach is confidential, free and long-term. The method has proved its worth since, over the last ten years, nearly two out of three supports have found a positive outcome (employment, training or business creation). In addition, thanks to contributions from individuals and legal entities, SNC creates and finances solidarity-based jobs for those furthest from employment. Finally, the association also participates in the public debate on employment issues.
SNC in a few figures: 35,000 job seekers supported since the creation of the association in 1985. 2,300 volunteers nationwide. 185 local groups. In 2020, the Colomiers group had 13 volunteers. They accompanied 43 people. Fourteen coaching sessions were completed and which resulted in six open-ended contracts, two fixed-term contracts, five paid training, and the creation of a self-employed business.
As part of this day on the theme of integration and employment, Karine Traval-Michelet, mayor of Colomiers affirmed the municipality’s desire to help people furthest from employment to find a job. , and even more particularly in this period of economic fragility. She warmly thanked the members of the association for their commitment.
Through this agreement, it provides them with meeting rooms in the premises of the Slow Cooker, a space dedicated to the social and solidarity economy, and in the citizens’ houses of the city. This is a recognition of SNC’s place in the columérin associative sector and also among the actors who actively fight against unemployment.