Posted 23rd January

Wren launches IT internship for undergraduates

23rd January 2020 - 10:30am
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This summer, Wren Kitchens is launching an IT internship programme for undergraduates that will 'develop the next generation of talented tech professionals.'

The 12 week programme, aimed at second year IT university students, is a competitively paid internship that will take place at Wren’s headquarters in Barton-upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire.

Wren plans to welcome over 200 IT graduates and interns over the next two years in order to cater for the rapid growth of the company. It will offer full-time positions to those that shine, and interns will be personally mentored by senior members of the team whilst they work on developing live systems to further improve customer experience. 

The internship is available in the following five tailored courses:
• PHP Developers
• JavaScript Developers
• iOS Developers
• DevOps Engineers
• Software Testers

Wren Kitchens IT Director, Craig Douglas, said: “With limited prospects in the region like this, we’re proud to be offering an exceptional opportunity for the next generation to gain unrivalled experience in a first-class tech team, and to secure a full-time position before even graduating.

“We’re committed to investing in training and development in our tech professionals, as well as offering career opportunities within the business to ensure that they can succeed in a long and successful career here at Wren.”

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