Graduates, Interns and the Recruitment and Talent Coordinator from BOSCH share really helpful insights on transitioning from Uni to Industry
This conversation was the last in a series of 3 consecutive conversations we’ve called Spark your Career Week. These have been hosted over the last 3 nights.
The message from our RTL Team was that taking up extra curricula opportunities has really served them well. They all agree taking on such opportunities is one of the best ways to develop highly sought after “soft skills”. It has really helped them stand out from the rest of the pack; provide them with a point of difference.
They all recommend taking risks and not being afraid to fail. Naturally as founder of RTL, I’m very proud of our RTL Alumni.
We hope to share a highlights reel in the near future.
Another huge thank you to tonight’s panel for sharing their insights on the transition from Uni to Industry.
Thank you Emily Kuo, Raj Murugan, and Marco Nocera for taking time out to share what you’ve learnt with engineering students currently at university. Also a big thank you to Tran Nguyen, Recruitment and Talent Coordinator at BOSCH for providing us with an Industry perspective on how Undergraduates should best prepare for Graduate and Internship roles.
We’d love to hear from Undergraduates interested in becoming a facilitator with RTL. Please use the link below to register your interest or sign up on our website.
Tran also shared this link for engineers that have completed their first year of Engineering. The intern role relates to Testing Software. Typically, intake is mid-year and at the end of the year. Check out the link if interested.
Look forward to hearing from interested Undergraduates!