5 Companies That Will Train You to Work for Them

These companies prepare professionals to work for them by providing training, mentorship and practical experience.

Written by Rose Velazquez
Published on Aug. 10, 2023
5 Companies That Will Train You to Work for Them
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Employee training can involve both formal learning and on-the-job skill development meant to help someone advance in their career. Some businesses create training tracks specifically designed for individuals interested in starting on a new job path. Those programs prepare professionals to step into certain job roles with the company and set them up to continue growing and evolving over time. Here’s a look at some companies that will train you to work for them through professional development opportunities for career areas spanning from sales to software development.

Companies That Will Train You to Work for Them

  • Siemens
  • Stanley Black & Decker
  • Chubb
  • Dynatrace
  • Atomic Object

 

Companies That Will Train You to Work for Them

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Siemens is a global technology company serving a broad range of industries, including aerospace, education, electronics, retail and transportation and logistics. Its products and services have been used to enable smart buildings and energy efficient retail spaces, for example. Siemens offers multiple programs to give young professionals the training and resources to jumpstart their careers, such as the Sales Development Program and the Operations Development Program.

 

Headquarters: New Britain, Connecticut

Stanley Black & Decker has several brands producing household goods and tools, such as DEWALT, Troy-Bilt and CRAFTSMAN. Its Sales and Marketing Development Program gives early career professionals a training experience that starts participants out as a sales representative and gives them a chance to rotate through other areas like e-commerce and marketing. The company says the program covers hands-on and instructor-led learning as well as online learning through an internal university.

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Headquarters: Fully remote

Chubb provides property and casualty insurance coverage to individuals, families and businesses. The company has a range of internships, apprenticeships and other training programs. The Technology Associate Program, for example, facilitates technical training and practical experience for recent graduates from STEM programs and early career professionals focused on data science and analytics, UX/UI design and other technology fields.

 

Headquarters: Waltham, Massachusetts

Tech company Dynatrace created a platform equipped with a type of AI that allows it to “deliver precise answers and intelligent automation from data.” The company established its Professional Development Program to help aspiring tech professionals cultivate foundational skills over the course of six months. The paid program trains participants to be a Dynatrace technical product specialist. According to the company, they’ve had more than 600 professionals complete the program, including many who have taken on other positions throughout the organization and some who have shifted into executive leadership.

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Headquarters: Grand Rapids, Michigan

Atomic Object designs and builds custom software products for its clients. Its team of software experts have worked on a mobile app for accessing information about health benefits, an online portal for viewing financial information and a desktop app that enables communication across teams. The Atomic Accelerator is the company’s professional development program for recent graduates who have earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field. Participants have the opportunity to collaborate on real software projects as they’re put through “a guided curriculum that will polish your consultant skills and teach you to make problem-solving software.”

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