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
15 new partners joined the program in 2020
More than 1,000 new beneficiaries in 2020
Our Social Impact Partners:
Apprentis d’Auteuil. 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. > Download the case study here.
Article-1. Born from the merger between two organizations fighting against inequality, Article 1 strives to create a society in which career guidance and employment integration are not limited to one’s social, economical and cultural background.
Association ACE. Their goal? Support job seekers in order for them to find the job of their dreams.
Casa Amarela. Casa Amarela is a cultural organization which strives to help children, teenagers and adults living in the Morro da Providência favela.
La Chance. The organization has been providing free tuition to grant holders applying to journalism schools since 2007. > Download the case study here.
Duo for a Job. Duo for a Job helps build a network between young job seekers and experimented 50+ people from the same vocational field, in order for them to support the job seekers in finding the right position.
La Fourmilière. La Fourmilière is a community created in 2016 which encourages each and every one of us to take up volunteer work.
Génération France. Génération France is a nonprofit organization which supports, trains and helps young people in difficulty secure a steady job.
Metishima. Metishima's primary goal is to help fulfil our fundamental rights.
Mission Locale de Paris. The Mission Locale de Paris strives for autonomy and employment integration for young people.
Mission Locale de la Vallée de Montmorency. The Mission Locale de la Vallée de Montmorency helps 16 to 25 year-olds in their job seeking.
Mon Kontan Ou. Mon Kontan Ou is an organization which supports unprivileged high-school students in Cambodia and Peru.
NQT. NQT develops programs aimed at promoting work opportunities, mentoring and network sharing between professionals and recent graduates who are finding it hard to enter the job market. Watch our video with NQT here.
Objectif pour l’emploi. Objectif pour l’emploi works with a diverse audience and offers personalized support on a daily basis to best meet the needs of students and job seekers. The main purpose of the organization is to foster employment integration and career guidance.
Proxité. Proxité launches initiatives to foster career sucess for young professionals and helps build strong community ties.
Solidarités nouvelles face au chômage. Solidarités nouvelles face au chômage has been creating and financing socially inclusive jobs for people receiving support in social and solidarity-based economy structures since 1985.
UniR. UniR helps meet the needs of refugees and asylum seekers.
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.