John is an engineering student. Next year he will graduate, and he is currently considering his options. He is thinking about working for his dad’s company; he is also thinking about applying for an engineering position and jumping into the workforce as a fresh graduate; finally, he is considering to enter a graduate program.
He inclines toward the graduate program for both hands-on work experience and quite possibly, a permanent placement with the sponsoring company. He knows it could take him 2,3 even 5 years to be in such programs, but the upsides would be enormous when he succeed in completing the graduate program.
John now is still mulling over the programs, and he could use a recommendation.
If the above sounds typical to you – or better yet, sounds like yourself – you are in luck as what I am about to tell you today is one of the most coveted graduate programmes available today: Shell’s Graduate Programme.
Let me tell you more about the Graduate Programme and how Shell could be the right company for you…
Well, if your background in Engineering, you must already familiar with Shell. To brief you:
Royal Dutch Shell plc, commonly known as Shell, is a multi-national oil and gas company headquartered in the Netherlands. The company is the home of some of the most talented people in engineering.
As an employer, Shell is among the best in the world: Shell ranks #10 in Universum’s World’s Most Attractive Employers in Engineering in 2013 (#37 in Business.) Shell also ranks #9 in LinkedIn’s The World’s Most inDemand Employers 2013.
…and the ranking is acknowledging the fact that both employees and ex-employees enjoy the work experience Shell offers: According to career site Glassdoor, 82 percent of employees recommend Shell to a friend.
A brief on Shell Graduate Programme
The Graduate Programme lasts over a period of three to five years, depending on your effort and progress. During the program, you will receive real responsibilities and regular training.
If you have what it takes, you may pursue a Shell career via two routes: Assessed internship and Shell Recruitment Day. The former is held regularly to keep you updated about your future; the later is the final stage of the assessment process.
You can learn more from this link: http://www.shell.ca/en/aboutshell/careers-tpkg/students-and-graduates/career-growth-and-benefits.html