New Apprenticeship Program has been launched by HCL for the purpose of employing Freshers
An internship programme dubbed the Apprenticeship Program has been launched by HCL Technologies (HCL) in the United States in order to hire high school graduates into full-time technology positions that would otherwise be out of reach.
Successful apprentices will be offered full-time work at HCL and the opportunity to pursue a debt-free college degree after completing the programme.
A similar scheme would also be launched in India and other South Asian countries at a later date.
If you are interested in a career in software development and testing, digital and cloud services, infrastructure delivery and engineering, HCL’s apprenticeship programme offers full pay and benefits to get you started. There are positions available at multiple global innovation and delivery centres across the U.S.
According to Ramachandran Sundarajan, executive vice president of HCL Technology’s, “We recognise the value of investing in tomorrow’s technology leaders and we are happy to give chances for our apprentices to advance their careers at HCL.” That we want to train and employ America’s next generation of tech workers while also helping them pay off their student loans is demonstrated by this programme.
Facilitated learning and on-the-job training will be available to programme participants so they can get the skills and knowledge necessary for a long and prosperous career in technology.
With a strong presence in the United States for nearly three decades, HCL has a long history of working with Fortune 500 and other firms that have a substantial impact on the American economy. The HCL Apprenticeship Program continues to expand on these commitments.
HCL Technologies’ major market is the United States, which accounts for more than 60% of total sales. The first apprenticeships in Frisco, Texas, and Cary, North Carolina, are already accepting applications. For additional information and to apply, interested participants are urged to visit the official website.
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