Gymglish actively supports European, inclusive values. We aim to facilitate access to education, ensure equitable treatment for employees and suppliers, and try to contribute, in our own small way, to preserving the environment.
As part of our "Social Impact” program, we support the goals of our partner associations by offering free training to their community and beneficiaries.
Our objective is to offer effective digital education to learners all over the world through an engaging user experience and better retention of the material learned. For example, we offer:
. English and French lessons to young graduates from modest social backgrounds and priority areas
. French as a foreign language for new arrivals in France
. General culture courses for people experiencing difficulty finding employment
The Social Impact program in a few key figures:
More than 27,000 licenses distributed since Gymglish was founded in 2004
10 new partners joined the program in 2019
More than 2,000 new beneficiaries in 2019
Our Social Impact Partners:
Beneficiaries: Grant holders studying to apply to journalism schools. La Chance has been providing free tuition to grant holders applying to journalism schools since 2007.
Beneficiaries: Young graduates (with at least 3 years of higher education), younger than 30 years old, from modest social backgrounds or priority areas.
Beneficiaries: Young people and vulnerable families. The Apprentis d’Auteuil Foundation has been helping young people in difficulty for more than 150 years through support, education, training and employment integration programs in France and internationally, assisting them to become confident, free adults in tomorrow’s world.
Beneficiaries: SNC provides support for job seekers. SNC also creates and finances socially inclusive jobs for people receiving support in social and solidarity-based economy structures.
Beneficiaries: Children, teens and adults living in the Morro da Providência Brazilian favela.
Beneficiaries: Young entrepreneurs from low-income neighborhoods and rural areas. Les Déterminés association helps to develop initiatives and entrepreneurship in suburban and rural areas.
Beneficiaries: Young people from rural areas in Vietnam, the Philippines and Cambodia, receiving support for IT studies.
Other forms of partnership (paid training with community benefits):
3 months of Gymglish and Frantastique Ortho lessons offered to certain residents of Paris’s 12th arrondissement.
French-speaking communities in New York City and the surrounding area. Participants in our courses are normal paying customers, 50% of sales are then donated to the CALEC.org initiative that provides educational materials for bilingual classes in the United States.
In 2005, more than 2,000 students benefited from free courses at the Universities of Cergy-Pontoise, IUT de Montreuil, IUT de Bobigny, IUT d'Orsay, IUT de Cachan, CFA AFANEM d’Alfortville, etc.