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Partnering with employers to identify the most in-demand skills, INCO has launched the INCO Academy which consists of 10-12 weeks free job training programs for underserved job-seekers with an 80% job placement rate. With Google.org’s support, INCO will open-source the INCO Academy and develop a franchise model it will test in France, Spain and Italy.
 

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Chance has developed a semi-automatized service that leverages robotization and artificial intelligence to reveal job-seekers’ invisible talents and career paths. With Google.org’s support, Chance will increase the automation of its chatbot-based job coaching so they can serve more job-seekers by 2020. Googlers with expertise in AI will support Chance to improve the quality of its recommendation system to increase its job placement success rate.
 

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Openclassrooms is one of Europe’s leading online vocational training platforms offering courses in business development, web development, design and entrepreneurship to more than 3 million learners across 140 countries worldwide. With Google.org’s support, OpenClassrooms will develop a new free course for people who would like to learn the skills needed to thrive as a freelancer or for gig workers who are looking for the next step in their career.