Learn More About the IBM Associates Experience | Aug 25

| August 13, 2020
Submitted by Hannah Tambor for CPD Office

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If you’re someone who never stops learning, who believes no problem is too big to solve, and who wants to unleash their potential, the Associates Program is for you!

Eligibility:

  • Graduated (or will be graduating) between 2019 and September 2021
  • Have an Associate’s Degree, College Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree, or Master’s Degree
  • Have maximum 2 years of full-time, professional work experience
  • Are within commuting distance of Toronto/Calgary/Ottawa/Montreal, with flexibility to travel 80-100% of the time

Join us on August 25 to learn about the diverse experiences and backgrounds of Associates within our four career paths: consultant, developer, data scientist and designer. You’ll have the opportunity to hear about their exciting and rich experiences in multiple industries across North America!

  • Date: Tuesday, August 25
  • Time: 5:30 p.m. (EST)

Learn more about the Associates Program, including FAQ and the selection process. Please register for this event on the IBM Registration Page.

New graduate recruitment is in full swing! Check the Events Calendar on OscarPlus frequently, as new events are being added each week. 

 

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