Networking highlights creative future for students

Posted on Feb 18, 2015

Elearning

Students at Plymouth University who want to work for one of the city’s most creative and fastest growing companies can find out more at a special Networking Evening.

It has been organised by the University as part of National Careers Week to bring students together with employers.

Leading elearning provider, Sponge, based at Plymouth Science Park, will be at the event to raise awareness about the range of opportunities available at the company.

“We are expanding rapidly and looking for new staff in a range of areas including visual and graphic design, elearning development, instructional design and project management,” said Sponge’s Managing Director, Louise Pasterfield.

“Around 40% of our workforce are Plymouth University graduates and we’re hoping to attract more of the brightest and best to join us.

“Elearning is an exciting sector where people can use their creativity and work with the latest technology to help organisations improve performance.

“We like to think we are helping our clients learn and grow, as we do the same along the way.”

Sponge works with global businesses and organisations including Toyota, GlaxoSmithKline, Tesco and the United Nations.

The Networking Evening takes place on Thursday, March 5 from 5.30 to 8pm at the Rolle Marquee.

Booking is necessary via Plymouth University's Employability Service

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