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Friday January 21st, 2011


A discovery visit for school students to a construction site in Saint-Dié

On December 16, 2010, the construction site for the Saint-Dié hospital played host to 20 school students on a day-long visit to find out occupations in the building trade, an event organised by the not-for-profit organisation D-Clic. D-Clic is an organisation that promotes diversity and fights against discrimination. It is responsible for many initiatives intended […]

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