HCL Launches Free Training-Based Internship In USA: Americans Will Be Directly Hired After Completion
Human Resources are the most important resources in any organization, is not a new thing. But to attract the right talent, nurture it and build it for the growth of your organization is no child’s play. It takes a whole lot of effort while you are building the Human Capital. One of the easiest ways which is followed through of the world is the ‘catch them young’ policy. It involves attracting young talent at an early age when it can be very easily molded into organization’s culture.
It looks like the Indian multinational information technology services and consulting company, HCL is also using the same way to bolster its Human Resources.
HCL Tech launches Apprenticeship program in the USA
Recently, HCL Technologies has announced its apprenticeship program in the US. This program is focused on hiring high school graduates for full-time technology jobs that would otherwise be inaccessible.
As a cherry on the cake upon successfully completing the program, apprentices will be offered full-time employment at HCL Technologies. The candidates will also have the opportunity to concurrently pursue a debt-free college education.
This apprenticeship program will provide full pay and benefits. This program will enable candidates to begin their technology careers in software development and testing, digital and cloud services, infrastructure delivery, and engineering. Under this program, the positions are available at multiple global innovation and delivery centers in California, Connecticut, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
The HCL Apprenticeship is part of Rise at HCL, the company’s North American early career and training program.
The Application procedure for the program has already started
Applications for the first apprenticeships in Frisco, Texas, and Cary, North Carolina, are already open. HCL Technologies Executive Vice President Ramachandran Sundarajan said, “At HCL, we understand how vital it is to invest in tomorrow’s technology leaders, and we are thrilled to create opportunities for our apprentices to grow their careers at HCL.”
Participants will have to enroll in their choice of an associate or bachelor’s degree program in STEM to be fully funded by HCL. The college or university needs to be part of HCL’s nationwide academic partner network.
A key partner for the program is Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), a private, non-profit institution and leader in online education that offers more than 200 accredited degree programs.
It should be noted that the HCL Apprenticeship Program complements HCL’s existing internships and graduate hiring commitments across the globe, particularly in the US.