GEODIS starts internship programme to support young graduates
FRANCE-HEADQUARTERED transport, logistics and supply chain provider GEODIS has established an internship programme for the families of its employees in a move to actively participate in building the professional future of younger generations
27 April 2021 - 19:00
The 'Jump'In' programme is an opportunity for students to join an international company and, for their relatives, to enhance the pride they have in being part of the Group.
'As the pandemic situation is threatening the start of the professional journey for many of today's youth, I see it as a heartfelt mission to help this generation find their place. Therefore, we are launching 'Jump'In', an international internship program for our employees' relatives, to support them at the end of their studies. 'Jump'In' offers students the opportunity to join our global team, to learn from leading logistics experts and to build the future of logistics together,' says Marie-Christine Lombard, CEO of GEODIS.
The Group is now offering end-of-study internships in Europe, Asia and America, across all its lines of business: Freight Forwarding, Distribution & Express, Road Transport and Supply Chain Optimization.
Children and siblings of GEODIS employees who are looking for an internship or work-study programme lasting at least three months in order to complete their current year of higher education may apply. The programme offers them an opportunity to enter the business world and discover the logistics sector, globally recognized as vital to the economy.
'The future of logistics depends on today's generation of young talent - and they need our help. GEODIS is a great place to work and learn, at the heart of a sector which is fundamental to our economic and public life worldwide. It is also an opportunity for our employees to promote the GEODIS group, which is rich in a multitude of professions and expertise, and to explain to their friends and family the challenges that we face every day, together, with passion,' concludes Ms Marie-Christine Lombard.
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