The two most elite luxury car manufacturers in the entire world are looking for young and talented individuals to become future master artisans. The opportunity not only allows the companies to hand select individuals for its future workforce, but gives students the opportunity to hone their craft and begin their career path.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is looking for a fresh batch of applicants between the ages of 16–24 years of age for its 2011 apprenticeship program. If accepted, these individuals will work alongside the company’s artisans in the paint, wood, leather, engineering, and business departments. The apprenticeship lasts for up to four years with an ultimate goal of acquiring new talented individuals to work for the luxury car manufacturer. In 2010, 35 young men and women were employed with the company for durations ranging from six to 12 months; Rolls-Royce hopes even more positions will be needed this year.
Bentley Motors recently opened its doors to a one-day open house for those seeking to join its program. Bentley will be accepting applications up to May 16, 2011 to fill 20 open spots. Bentley is currently looking for people to work in its craft, technical, junior engineering, and commercial and business fields. Applicants will follow a two-, three-, or four-year course program depending on the subject. Like Rolls-Royce, Bentley’s program works in conjunction with local colleges to provide students with hand-on and study-based training.
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