Founded in 1988, the Job Service Foundation is a non-profit foundation under private law, recognized as a public utility by the canton of Neuchâtel, specializing in the professional integration of young people, adolescents and students.
In addition to providing information and advice, the Foundation offers, free of charge, a placement service, training, support courses and various professional integration programs adapted to each individual's needs, thanks to the network of companies that the Foundation has built up over the past 30 years.
During these integration measures in the economic environment, the young people, as well as the companies that welcome them, benefit from a follow-up and a tailor-made accompaniment from the Job Service teams.
The Foundation is eduQua and InQualis certified for the quality of its integration services.
Professional and individualized supervision
The Foundation works with committed professionals whose experienced, specialized and complementary profiles are the strength of the services offered. Combining listening, empathy and fine expertise in the professional integration of young people, the Job Service teams work at the La Chaux-de-Fonds and Neuchâtel sites.
SERVICES TO YOUNG PEOPLE
The objective of the Foundation is to help young people develop their own potential to achieve autonomy and integrate the professional world.
The Job Service Foundation is aimed at adolescents and young adults between the ages of 15 and 30 who are looking for their first job, an internship, or an apprenticeship, and who are looking for a professional project or, more broadly, a life project, but who do not always know how to mobilize the family, social and/or financial resources available.
SERVICES TO COMPANIES AND PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS
Job Service is committed to bringing together young people and companies in their mutual expectations and to facilitating their encounter on the job market. The Foundation therefore works closely with many economic actors in the public and private sphere.
The Foundation also wishes to respond to the needs of young people to have small jobs during their years of study. To this end, the Foundation extends its placement service to private individuals, allowing them to hire one or more young people in a facilitated manner, to carry out various tasks or to help them during special events.