Make choices

Make choices that suit you. If you are a student, you have a maze of opportunities to choose from. Your first professional choices will open some doors and close others. Making these choices is not easy. To make sure you are not mistaken, be clear-sighted about what you love and what you are good at.

Be ambitious.

It’s not about hierarchical or salary levels, it’s about getting what you really want. The job market is full of internships and jobs that simply do not meet your expectations. Working 8 hours a day for 40 years in these kinds of jobs can’t be your plan A. So don’t lower your expectations.

Position yourself.

Thousands of students graduate every year with a degree equivalent to yours. You have to be able to stand out. If you have already discovered the domain that drives you, position yourself gradually on it. Whether it is a particular sector or a particular role,…it doesn’t matter. The goal is to give good reasons to commit yourself to those who have things to teach you in your field. How? How? By investing your time in training.

Live concrete experiences.

What will make the difference are your skills, not your knowledge. They are acquired through concrete experiences where you deliver value and receive useful feedback. If it is an internship, choose it carefully because you will not have the opportunity to do dozens of them. Afterward, things will work out for themselves and you will converge on the job that suits you.

Use us.

We all want to do something we love and can be proud of. We created TYRO. Our mission is to help you move your career in the right direction. We want to get you the internship or job that will help you achieve your ambitions. We are a recruitment agency, we are dedicated to students and we are free. If we can be of any use to you, use us.

You are welcome if…

  • You’re the boss of your career! Not your parents, not your girlfriend or boyfriend, you!
  • You want to get out of the theory and learn “by doing”
  • You figured out that feedback was the fuel for your learning


Τυρώ / Tyrố

The name TYRO was not chosen at random: TYRO stands for “beginner in learning” in old English. This is why TYRO helps you kickstart your career in the right direction !

The TYRO Team

Laurent Pantusa Tyro

Laurent Pantusa

Pierre Tillement Tyro

Pierre Tillement

Charlotte Oloton Tyro

Charlotte Oloton

Léana Caétano Tyro

Léana Caétano

Gaelle Iancu Tyro

Gaëlle Iancu




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