In response to the COVID-19 pandemic many employers have changed their recruitment practices and reached out to students and graduates to support them during this difficult time. Take a look at some of the opportunities available...
If you're aged 19-24 you could enrol on the Career Foundations eight-week work preparation programme. This fully-funded programme includes a two-week work placement and upon completion you will have gained a range of skills including:
- exposure to a professional working environment
- a professional CV and interview preparation
- support to pass maths and English qualifications
- soft IT skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Graduates can do a four to eight week remote instructor-led practical training course to prepare them for the working world. This is followed by a placement with a top financial institution, where you'll be at the heart of their tech activities. After that, most graduates progress to a permanent position with the organisation.
They also host webinars throughout the year. As well as partnering with Warwick University as part of their virtual internship, working with universities across the world to help students develop employability skills
Throughout May 2021, Deloitte and We are Futures are offering you the chance to take part in virtual one-to-one careers coaching that will help you get started and fulfil your potential.
You'll get help with your CV, find out how to improve your applications and learn how to show your best self with some great interview techniques.
You must be aged between 18 and 24 years old and places are allocated on a first come first served basis. You need to register your interest before 23rd April to ensure you don't miss out.
Find out more
- Read all about your career and COVID-19.