My story at Egis began in February 2020, when I got an internship on one of the projects of the century, the New Coastal Road.
At the time, I was a final-year engineering student. With the arrival of the COVID-19 in Europe, my internship on Reunion Island was compromised. Fortunately for me, the Egis teams were able to find me a new end-of-study internship in Orléans.
I started my adventure at Egis on 8 June 2020, as an assistant works engineer before being hired at the end of October 2020, after five months of internship. Egis gives employees the opportunity to move from one area of expertise to another thanks to its presence in the local and international sphere on various projects, which are both technically complex and sustainable.
The teamwork with passionate, experienced and competent employees is a motivating factor on a daily basis. The integrated team was able to trust me and give me responsibilities and to become a player in the project. Working at Egis means working collectively with strong values of commitment.
The video was made by Alexandre during an internal competition for the Group's interns and work-study students. He recieved 1st prize.
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