BAE Systems continues work experience drive for young people

BAE Systems is offering 16 to 18 year olds the opportunity to get real-world experience as an engineer and first-hand experience of their cutting-edge aerospace and defence projects.

The company is offering Engineering Taster Weeks at both its Rochester and Warton facilities in the UK, in an event that the company has been involved in for more than a decade.

The taster weeks are organised by the Early Careers community; including apprentice, graduate and undergraduate employees. The planning and work is carried out alongside their engineering day jobs and all have a role in creating an inspiring and informative experience.

“The ETW experience is designed to show students the exciting and rewarding opportunities that await them as an engineer, and more specifically, here at BAE Systems,” it stated. “Our ETW's have encouraged countless attendees to pursue a career in engineering, and many have returned to work for BAE Systems. In the near term, ETWs also present a fantastic opportunity to boost your CV and UCAS application.”

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