Coworker of the week: Roger Cohen, career guidance and coaching

Roger Cohen Roger Cohen is the founder of OrientaEuro.eu, a portal offering career guidance and coaching. OrientaEuro is the European branch of Desarrollarme.com, a consultancy firm operating in Argentina since 2008.

Roger has a background in chemical engineering and got an MBA in Business Management. He has also 10 years of experience as University professor in Buenos Aires.

Unemployment is one of today’s biggest issues and Roger’s job aims at helping both young and adult people to find the right way to combine their interests, talents, needs and desires.

OrientaEuro offers carrer guidance and coaching activities in English, Spanish, French and Dutch. Sessions can take place in Brussels, Namur or Wavre but also through remote sessions via Skype.

Roger was recently interviewed by CNC, a Chinese TV news network focused on the world news. He was asked about youth unemployment in Europe and its relationships with career choice and career coaching. Roger stresses the lack of Europe’s action in early career guidance and claims that we need a closer cooperation between business and education: the only way to identify current market needs.

You can follow Orientaeuro on Twitter and Facebook.

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About Stefania Scognamiglio

Host and Community Manager of Betacowork Coworking. I organize and promote activities to foster collaboration and synergies among my coworkers. After getting my degree in International relations and European Studies in Italy in 2012, I moved to Brussels to discover the wonderful world of coworking. I am passionate about visual arts, nature, travels and krav maga. I write about coworking and coworkers. Connect with me on Twitter: @kudrjavka, Google+ and Linkedin

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