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The Guardian: See Shell

The Guardian: See Shell

Ian Wylie

Saturday July 31, 2004

Many students try to makes themselves more attractive to employers by gaining work experience as well as a good degree. But oil giant Shell claims to offer two programmes that go beyond the average work placement.

In its Gourami Business Challenge, teams of undergraduates battle to develop a five-year business plan which will be presented to senior Shell leaders. The game, says Shell, allows students to gain first-hand knowledge about the energy business, test their management potential and develop valuable skills along the way. At the end of the challenge, successful students are invited to a Shell recruitment day when the Gourami performance will contribute to the overall evaluation.

With the Shell Personal Development Award, students are offered funding towards initiatives like volunteering on a community project or planning an expedition.

For more information, visit www.shell.com/careers

http://jobsadvice.guardian.co.uk/rise/story/0,,1272957,00.html

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