BY GEORGINA KEKEA
AN intern programme for new graduates has been launched by the Solomon Islands Tobacco Company (SITCo) at the Business after five (BA5) event hosted by the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI).
The aim of the internship program is to provide new graduates with valuable on-job training and experience to kick-start their professional careers.
The intern programme of is for six months.
At the end of the six month intern programme, interns who do well will be given preference for future job opportunities becoming available at management level.
During the BA5 event, three interns had been introduced to the guests attending the BA5.
The interns will be attached to the Finance, Human Resources, Marketing and Operations Departments. They will also interact with global British American Tobacco family.
“It will be an unforgettable internship journey,” says SITCO’s General Manager, Shusendra Singh.
The internship program is designed for fresh university graduates who have just finished or about to finish their studies.
Through the internship program, SITCo aims to recruit and prepare the best available talents for entry-level management future roles.