The Foundation is committed to projects that contribute to increase the training of professionals in rural areas, paying special attention to those who operate with the olive sector. We want this to have an impact on increasing the quality and professionalism of the sector in general.
We are also committed to recovering lost crafts, restoring the figure of the apprentice and the promotion of rural employment.


Andalusians Sharing for Employment is a project promoted by the Fundación Cajasol y LANDALUZ, developed thanks to the collaboration of the Juan Ramón Guillén, Randstad foundations and the Escuela de Hostelería de Fundación Cruzcampo. The initiative is created with the aim of increasing the employability of people at risk of social exclusion and with disabilities and thus facilitate their integration into the labor market.

The first edition of Andalusians Sharing for Employment, developed in 2018 and in which 8 people took a professional room waiter course, concluded with the hiring of 100% of the participants. Due to the success registered, in 2019 the training was repeated, doubling the number of beneficiaries. In both editions, students have participated in a speed job dating with managers of hotel and restaurant establishments in Seville. This formula allows students to approach the main companies in the sector through short job interviews with those responsible for Human Resources and Selection of collaborating entities.

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The project Solidarios Coosur, implemented by the Juan Ramón Guillén Foundation and the Randstad Foundation, was created in 2014 with the aim of promoting the employability and integration of the disabled in the workplace. This is a training, orientation and advisory programme that has already benefited more than 350 people.

Until now, the initiative was made up of two distinct activities. On the one hand, there was Planeta Olivo Integra, a series of educational visits to Hacienda Guzmán and, on the other hand, the course on free time and leisure monitor in a rural environment was held in order to promote their incorporation into the world of work. The 2016 edition of the project Solidarios Coosur  presented some new features, given that the number of people taking part in the leisure and free time monitor course was doubled and completed with a third course providing training in healthy eating habits, directed at athletes with disabilities.

We are currently working on improving future editions so that we can contribute, in the best possible way, to the integration of people with disabilities.

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This program was born in 2016, thanks to the collaboration of the Randstad Foundation and the Acesur group, in order to facilitate the employment integration of people with disabilities in ordinary companies.

So far, two editions have been held. The first was in 2016, when 15 participants were trained as warehouse assistants through theoretical and practical learning that enabled them to carry out tasks such as reception, dispatch of loads and unloadings, and the operation of a forklift, among others. In the 2017 edition the project focused on hospitality , because it is a sector with high demand for labor in Seville. A total of 10 people with different types of disabilities underwent the theoretical-practical training of a professional waiter given by the Cruzcampo Foundation Hospitality School, including professional practices in different establishments in the city.

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