Wren Kitchens offers IT internships to undergrads

Wren Kitchens has launched an IT internship programme for undergraduates.

In a statement, the British designer, manufacturer and retailer of kitchens revealed the programme will be aimed at second-year IT university students, offering competitively paid internships at its headquarters in Barton-upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire.

The firm adds it plans to welcome over 200 IT graduates and interns over the next two years.

The 12-week programme, starting on Monday, 6 July, will offer full-time positions to those that excel, while interns will be personally mentored by senior members of the team where they will work on developing live systems to further improve the customer’s experience while purchasing a kitchen.

Internships are available in the following five tailored courses: PHP developers; JavaScript developers; iOS developers; DevOps engineers; and software testers.

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