International Operations

WOS is a global organization currently operating in France and the Netherlands.

We have partnered with worldwide corporations that represent a wide range of industries with unique talent needs

Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS) has been recognized as a global organization currently operating in France and the Netherlands.

WOS intends to establish economic development centers in developing countries and expanding its corporate sponsorship by creating international service centers. These centers will provide a systemic economic flow of funds from the work performed by its employees which will be local students who will simultaneously complete their education while working. Since WOS is an NGO and because work will be performed in local communities of developing countries, the costs will be very attractive to partnering corporations who are experienced with outsourcing services in remote locations. We have plans to accommodate programs across the globe and hope to expand across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

We are also working with Columbia University’s Center for Technology Management on providing local support for the “17 Sustainable Development Goals to Transform the World”.

International History:

2012: SociaLift Launched in France

  • WOS expanded its reach globally with its program, SociaLift, a training and hiring program for young adults in France in partnership with Orange S.A., SNCF Développement, Veolia Eau and Foundation Veolia Environnement S.A. SociaLift hires young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 to improve their skills and employability in the IT and customer relationship sectors. Many program participants work as beta testers, customer relationship advisors, computer engineers, and developers of web and mobile applications.

2017: WOS Joins Forces with Alfa-college and the University of Groningen in The Netherlands to Develop New Technician Training Programs

  • Engie Services BV, Strukton Worksphere BV, Energiewacht, Eekels Technology BV, OTIB, and the University of Groningen (GSG Lifelong Learning) signed a partnership agreement for the development of a new technician training program. The new program addresses the latest developments in digital technology and the installation sector, and also has a strong focus on social and communication skills in the workplace. The project is partway based on the experiences of Workforce Opportunity Services.

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