Hailing from various tertiary institutions in Gauteng, as well as the North West province, Limpopo, the Free State, the Eastern Cape and Lesotho, the graduates had the opportunity to observe, work, and experience the daily activities and routines of agency life.
According to FCB, this also gave FCB and its businesses the opportunity to assess and select the cohort of graduates to offer placement in the class of 2019 intake on FCB Africa’s annual graduate programme.
The 10-month programme provides work experience and mentoring at the group’s various businesses – FCB Joburg, 1886, Weber Shandwick, Hellocomputer Joburg, Fuelcontent, FCB Cape Town and Hellocomputer Cape Town.
It also incorporates a series of masterclasses, formal training and courses aimed at facilitating the graduates’ transition from the tertiary learning environment to the workplace.
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