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Born in Sri Lanka, Sheree was adopted at three weeks old and raised in Northern Ireland. Now a Belfast-based Technical Business Consultant, she has inspired thousands as UK Expansion Director for Women Who Code, the largest non-profit in its space, with over 137,000 members globally.
Exciting, meaningful, and full of challenges. Caitlin sought a career that would deliver all this, and she found it in Cyber Risk. In her short time here, she’s already stepped in to help on a serious cyber attack.
Based in Belfast, Rhianna has shared with us her recent experience in the BrightStart scheme. She is looking forward to travelling and volunteering in the future. Read below her thoughts on the opportunities the scheme brought for her.
First it was the opportunity to do a qualification. Then when I attended campus events it was the people that I meet from Deloitte. They were the most personable.
While I had not studied accounting at university, I did enjoy studying it at school and was interested in getting into an accounting based role. The key points that stood out for me about Deloitte were:
Why did you choose Deloitte?
When applying for jobs after finishing university, Deloitte jumped out due to its excellent reputation as a graduate employer. I researched the company and the career opportunities offered and found it an enticing prospect with high standards of quality and professionalism along with great opportunity for career progression.
Deloitte is a global, reputable brand with a reputation for attracting great people – I thought working here would be enjoyable. It has also allowed me to attain a professional qualification.
It’s exciting times for you, as you begin your journey into the working world. You may also have a tide of questions and expectations, as it’s all pretty new to you. Well, to ease that tide, we asked Tatiana to share her story and advice on first job expectations.
Our apprenticeship schemes are more than just an opportunity to learn and earn – they can be a big step towards an amazing and rewarding career. So you’re going to want to make the best start possible, right from the moment you apply.
We caught up with Chris Baker (working in Human Capital HR Applications and relationship manager for London Consulting’s charity partner, The Prince's Trust) after attending the One Young World summit in Bogota.
He shares his experience to date and his top tips for being a young leader. Check out his account below:
I recently attended the One Young World summit in Bogota and it was inspirational on many levels. The stories and achievements revealed by young speakers at the event were amazing, emotional, and humbling. And the one thing every individual had in common was their attitude to getting things done.