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Native Recruitment Partners with London Universities to Launch A Graduate Scheme to Fast-Track Graduates to Top-Tier Tech Firms

Native Recruitment, a leading recruitment company specializing in the technology sector, has partnered with several top London universities to launch a graduate scheme aimed at fast-tracking graduates to top-tier tech firms. The program is designed to connect graduates with leading employers, providing them with a competitive edge in the job market.

Asko Hilke, founder of Native Recruitment, believes that the program is a game-changer for graduates looking to break into the technology industry. “The tech industry is growing rapidly, and there is an increasing demand for talented graduates who can hit the ground running. With our graduate scheme, we’re giving graduates the opportunity to gain valuable experience and accelerate their careers, while also providing our clients with a pipeline of high-quality candidates.”

The program will be available to graduates from several London universities, including University College London, King’s College London, and Imperial College London. Graduates will undergo an intensive training program, which includes mentorship, coaching, and access to networking events. The program will also provide graduates with the opportunity to work on real-world projects, gaining hands-on experience and building their portfolios.

The scheme has already received positive feedback from top-tier tech firms, who are excited about the prospect of gaining access to a pool of highly skilled graduates. “We are always on the lookout for talented individuals who can help drive our business forward,” said Sarah Brown, HR Director at a leading tech firm. “The Native Recruitment graduate scheme is an excellent way for us to connect with top graduates and give them the support they need to succeed in the industry.”

The launch of the program comes at a time when the demand for tech talent is at an all-time high. As companies continue to invest in digital transformation and innovation, the need for skilled workers has never been greater. Native Recruitment’s graduate scheme aims to address this demand by providing graduates with the skills and experience they need to succeed in the industry.

For Asko Hilke, the launch of the graduate scheme is just the beginning. “We are committed to providing our clients with the best talent in the industry, and we believe that our graduate scheme will play a significant role in achieving this goal. We are excited about the potential of this program and look forward to working with top-tier tech firms to help them find the talent they need to succeed.”

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Company Name: Native Recruitment
Contact Person: Asko Hilke

Country: United Kingdom


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