VolkerRail is taking part in a question-and-answer panel, with Routes into Rail, on Wednesday 20 October, as part of National Graduate Week.
National Graduate Week is all about celebrating graduate talent, and linking university students and graduates to the world of employment, providing the insights they need to make well-informed decisions.
Routes into Rail is a collaboration led by The National Skills Academy for Rail (NSAR), and supported by VolkerWessels UK, Amey, HS2, Network Rail, Porterbrook and RIA.
As billions of pounds is expected to be invested into rail over the next decade, the sector is looking for hundreds of graduates across multiple specialisms, including engineering, commercial, project management, operations, and much more. NSAR will be hosting a panel to share insider tips and information to get students to consider a career in rail.
Tom Roundhill, VolkerRail’s graduate assistant project manager, will be taking part in the event, alongside graduates from across the industry, to share his experience, and to explain the benefits of enrolling onto one of the many graduate schemes available across VolkerWessels UK.
The event will be live between 13:00 – 14:00, and you can register your attendance here.
For more information on the Routes into Rail campaign, visit their website.
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