Correos Express -the express parcel subsidiary of the Correos Group- incorporates 15 interns through the ‘Young Talents’ program in its commitment to the professional training of new generations.
Specifically, the ‘Young Talents’ initiative is an internship program aimed at students of all Bachelor, Master and Vocational Training degrees with the aim of serving as a professional launch pad and promoting the start of the employment career of young people. In this way, they complement the knowledge acquired in their academic training with practical knowledge in the business environment, favoring the acquisition of skills that prepare them for the exercise of professional activities and that facilitate their employability.
In this seventh edition of the program, Correos Express has a selection of students from the main academic institutions, national and international, who are integrated into projects related to their studies within the different areas of Correos Express such as Operations, Legal Advice, Finance , Assets, Maintenance and Facilities, Communication and Marketing, Quality, Labor Relations, Human Resources or Business Development.
During the six-month training plan, with the possibility of renewal for another six months, they are always accompanied by a reference tutor in the area, who supports and guides them throughout the learning experience. The parcel subsidiary of the Correos Group thus demonstrates its commitment to talent management, training, professional development of its workers and the consolidation of employment as fundamental pillars of the company.
Commitment to training and equal opportunities
In addition to the incorporation of these young talents, Correos Express has launched this year a Sustainable Employment School in which they have students from foundations such as the Red Cross, Action against Hunger or Cáritas, among others. A theoretical-practical project with which the company supports various sensitive groups in their labor insertion so that they have an opportunity in the express parcel sector.