That day, they are two busy in Alban’s decoration store. Axel takes pictures of the items ordered by the merchant for Christmas and Chloé takes care of putting them on the store’s website. This is invaluable help for Alban, faced with the closure of his shop during this crucial period, and whose sales, obviously less numerous, are now only made online on the principle of “click and collect”.
In all, around forty students from Jean-Baptiste le Taillandier high school in Fougères en bac pro vente is mobilized to canvass and if necessary provide digital assistance to 380 traders in the city, whose curtains remain down. An initiative of a teacher, in order to compensate for the lack of internship and thus allow them to keep the link with the professional world, while bringing their mastery of digital tools.
It’s super important, because the traders of tomorrow are us. It’s solidarity, and the goal is to help them get their heads out of the water and that we keep contacts for later.Ines
student in first year of baccalaureate pro sale
Project Support for the digitization of Fougerais traders.
A morning with the press France3, M6, RadioFrance Armorique and this morning TF1, the young people of 1st MCVa and MCVb are in full swing pic.twitter.com/qNUIwHv9Bh
– Lycee JBLT (@LyceeJBLT) November 19, 2020