The Lighthouse for Moroccan Leaders
We are dedicated to finding and equipping Anglo-minded Moroccans for careers in Morocco.
Since 2012, Global-Lights has been helping multinationals find the Anglo-educated talent for entry-level and executive-levels in Morocco.
Our passion is to attract and retain talented Moroccans in Morocco.
In 2014, we introduced for the first time in Morocco the leading-edge, global training in Change Management using Simulations and Case Studies in English and French.
Looking for a Career?
Are you an American or British educated Moroccan looking for a career in Morocco? If yes, then you are uniquely positioned to be successful in today’s business climate in Morocco!
Become a member of Global Lights today by clicking here and we can help you find the superior internship or entry level job for a career in Morocco that optimizes your Anglo-education and Moroccan-culture.
As a multinational working in Morocco, we realize you may not have the resources to find Anglo-educated talent. We connect you with solid candidates for entry-level and executive-level positions in Morocco.
Whether you are fresh out of university, or returning to Morocco with a briefcase full of experience, our team of professionals will listen to you and advise you on your next career steps.
Global-Lights and the American Chamber of Commerce are proud to bring behavioral Change Management Simulation Seminars to Casablanca.
Looking for a Star?
If your HR Strategy requires finding Anglo-educated Moroccans, demonstrating initiative in problem-solving and critical thinking then Contact Us today to start a dialogue about your talent needs and receive superior choices for Anglo-educated Moroccans seeking internships and entry level positions.
Coming soon… you’ll be able to hear from other Moroccan business leaders who are seeking Anglo-educated Moroccan stars.
Feel free to email us, phone us, smoke signal us, carrier pigeon us, or visit us. You can find us using our nifty map (just scroll down a bit).
Let’s meet up and discuss business-y things.
last revision March 17, 2016