HP has taken on its latest batch of interns, a scheme its current UK channel boss came through himself.
Some 20 undergraduate interns joined the PC and printer vendor last week as part of its global intern programme, which has been running for over 20 years.
Successful alumni include Neil Sawyer, who recently rejoined HP following a stint at Samsung and now holds the post of UKI channel sales director.
According to HP's own figures, 96 per cent of interns at completion of their assignment state they would like to pursue further career opportunities with HP.
The UK programme consists of a 13-month contract with roles ranging from sales marketing and communications, supply chain and operations.
"Our internship programme is something that HP is immensely proud of and is part of our DNA with a rich heritage of our interns returning to enjoy successful careers at HP," Sawyer said. "We welcome each and every one of them this week and wish the outgoing interns all the best."
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