Mario Mora is a Commercial Engineer who graduated from the University of Federico Santa María, in Chile. He co-founded FirstJob in 2012, after having established and coordinated a job fair at his university for three years. Over the course of that period he realized there was no platform to connect students and young professionals lacking work experience with top-notch companies. After working in the innovation department of a telecoms company, he noted the importance of a person’s first job in Chile and the rest of Latin America. FirstJob.me is a platform that hooks up students and young professionals (with up to two years of experience) with internships and jobs in major companies. In order to ease the job search, the platform incorporated tools that allow candidates to assess their skills: the use of video conferences, and tests of language skills, software and psychology. All of this helps them to understand better their strengths and weaknesses. The goal of FirstJob.me is to export talent among Latin America and the United States, raising young people’s chances of finding their first dream job. FirstJob believes that a first job can change a young person’s life. So it offers a system in which they can connect with big companies to work part-time, using its network of contacts for sales of financial services. As of this year, the company has a platform for universities and governments so they can create program to stimulate job creation for young people and provide them with better opportunities. FirstJob.me has more than 100,000 users as it operates in Chile and Colombia and works with more than 100 companies.