If you’re a small to medium business, we can help you benefit from a grant to help fund a graduate intern. If you’ve got less than 250 employees and have a turnover of less than £50m, we want to hear from you!
Internships can last for at least six weeks with a view to lead on to permanent employment.
Edgcumbe Tea and Coffee Co Ltd based in Arundel, West Sussex recruited a Digital Marketing Assistant: “I just wanted to say a big thank you for your support with regard to the graduate scheme you have in place. It is a huge help for small businesses and has allowed me to focus on some proper marketing training for our intern which I know will prove to be very useful.” (Alice Rendle, Director)
And in Hastings, Chris Cragg of Immersive Album, has taken on not one but five graduates after they successfully completed internships through one of our programmes.
Chris says that the graduates contributed hugely to the success of the company. “They were without exception, spectacular and grasped a complex business model quickly.”
You can hear more about Chris’ experience here.
For more information about what we’re offering, please visit our website.
If this sounds like something that you’re interested in, please get in touch with Rebecca Duffy, Employment Engagement Officer at the University of Brighton.