7 Companies Hiring New Grads

These companies offer early career hiring and training programs.

Written by Margo Steines
7 Companies Hiring New Grads
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Rose Velazquez | Apr 19, 2024

Navigating the job market straight out of college can be daunting. Employers are often looking for experienced applicants to fill their job openings but to gain the right mix of skills and hands-on training to make them an enticing hire, early career professionals need an employer to take a chance on them. These companies are hiring new grads through initiatives that engage them in mentorship, networking, job rotations and other career development opportunities.

Companies Hiring New Grads

  • Netflix
  • Capital One
  • Chevron
  • Oracle
  • Epsilon


Companies Hiring New Grads

UL Solutions is an internationally-recognized name in safety science that “transforms safety, security, and sustainability challenges into opportunities” for businesses across industries such as construction, oil and gas, healthcare, retail and consumer electronics. The company’s job opportunities include postings for recent graduates as well as internships in career areas like engineering, sales, data and product management.


MobilityWare is a California-based gaming company that specializes in bringing players card and puzzle games. Its career opportunities include internships to foster student talent as well as positions that cover a range of experience levels. Because of its benefits offerings, like flexible PTO and tuition reimbursement, and its goal of fostering a supportive culture, MobilityWare has received repeated recognition as a top place to work.


Netflix is the entertainment company that made streaming mainstream. Offering movies, television, gaming and educational programming through a subscription model, the company also produces its own content. The Netflix New Grad Program hires recent graduates and places them in technical and business roles across the company while providing robust onboarding, professional development, technical education, mentorship and networking opportunities. 


Capital One is a financial services company that offers credit cards, checking and savings accounts, loans and other traditional banking services. Capital One recruits promising new talent straight out of college, setting them up with two-year rotational programs that start them as full-time associates but move them from role to role within the company to allow them to find their niche. 

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Chevron is an energy company that manufactures and retails refined oil and gas products, including diesel, gasoline, aviation and marine fuel, lubricants and fuel oil additives. The company has two training tracks for recent grads of undergraduate and graduate programs, respectively. Individuals with an undergraduate degree can gain training via Horizons, an early career mentorship program that covers job fields including petroleum engineering, information technology, procurement and supply chain management. 


Oracle is a tech company that deals in database software and cloud computing. One of the largest software companies in the world, more than 400,000 customers use Oracle’s products and services, including major enterprises such as Samsung and Marriott. The company’s Class Of program prepares recent grads with business fundamentals training and job-specific skills training in sales, solution engineering or consulting.


Epsilon is a marketing tech company that uses data to personalize marketing assets and customer experiences. Part of the company’s commitment to nurturing team members as they grow in their careers is its early career programs, which recruit and develop new talent by offering robust, immersive training. The company runs an internship program and a New Grad Program that onboards new graduates with eight weeks of paid group skills training in preparation for transitioning them into their job duties.

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