Centre Charles Péguy

In detail

The Charles Péguy Centre is a non-profit organisation under British law founded in 1954 and subsidised by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, actively supported by the French Consulate in London and attached to the Centre d'Echanges Internationaux (CEI).

Its aim is mainly to help French speakers aged more than 18 years to integrate professionally in Great Britain and in London in particular.

The organisation supports them through their search for a job and accommodation.

History of partnership

Societe Generale has contributed financially since the end of 2012 to the organisation's initiatives, facilitating the employment of a new careers advisor in order to improve support to more than 80 young people guided by local French centres. This has enabled the team of advisors to offer these young people more time and training.


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