Shasta meeting with Arts et Metiers students took place on May 12th online.
These AFAM/Shasta meetings with students became a good tradition: another meeting was organized earlier in March. Students are coming to these meetings to ask questions about gadz'arts community in the US, parcours US, internships and more.
Jean Pommier, Nicolas Horde, Corentin Lazarus and Merwan Benhabib, members of the Shasta team, were available for students' questions.
Shasta program was launched in 2010 and since it has become an excellent support for your students in their internship search.
As of today, there are 12 students are currently a part of the Shasta program.
7 students who went through Shasta program found internships this year and are currently working ( or going to) as interns in different companies all over the US.
Do not hesitate to talk about Shasta program to Arts et Metiers students you might know or become a part of the program if you are currently an A&M student and want to work in the US.
More about the Shasta program: please visit our website
Nicolas Horde during the online meeting with students