Two weeks to get to know yourself and others, to free yourself from the shackles that limit your imagination and creativity, to learn to express your talent and unleash your potential. Finally two weeks to open your curiosity and start to (re) build your culture.
Le Balc’on is also a period of integration, openness to the world and initiation to collaborative work. The latter is the norm in companies, where solitary adventures have no place. Because “one and one make three”, learning to collaborate means giving yourself the means to go far beyond your own limits.
In a rapidly changing world, the only thing we can be sure of is that most of today’s graduates will be in jobs that are still unknown to us.