‘Future K’, a contest from Kyocera Document Solutions, aims to give younger professionals the opportunity to join the world of work and, in addition, forming part of the multinational. In its first edition, it was attended by 103 students from 42 Universities or Business Schools throughout Spain. The second, held last year, doubled the influx with more than 250 undergraduate students, of which only the top five managed to win the prize. For this year, Kyocera aims to increase participation again and consecrate as “the best option for young people to take their first step in the field of work.”
Kyocera Document Solutions Spain has launched the third edition of ‘Future K’, a project that aims to recruit the best young Spanish talent and introduce it into the labor market. In this way, the winners of the contest will be awarded six months of paid internships in the Marketing, Finance, and Administration, Corporate Sales or Technology departments, among others, of the Japanese multinational.
As highlighted in a communiqué, the company seeks “creative, ambitious people, with the ability to detect the needs of customers and, above all, eager to learn from great professionals and help them achieve their goals, always seeking excellence.”
It also indicates that the participants, who must be university students or a business school with the capacity to sign a Collaboration Agreement from the competition website.
In this way, Kyocera delves into its commitment to bet on the youngest talent in our country, giving them the opportunity to train in one of the leading companies in the technology sector and that has been leading the digital change for years.
This article was translated from Spanish into English. Original article can be found here.