For The Record

Issue 14 2015

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Internship opportunities around the world for young people and athletes, delivered by the IOC ACP through Adecco

As an elite athlete you have specific traits and you have acquired many transferable skills during your sports career that are invaluable in a professional capacity. By engaging early with organisations through internships, full-time or part-time job experiences you can boost your sports and workplace career which will help you achieve life-long success.

Keith Lewayne Ricks, US sprinter and Olympic hopeful, currently in a one-year internship with the Global Adecco team for the IOC Athlete Career Programme states:

“Gaining work experience through internships as a young athlete has been invaluable. While I am training to make the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, I am also training for my future career after sports.”

Check out The Adecco Experience, part of the Adecco Way to Work™ programme, which offers paid internship opportunities to YOU: young people including elite athletes around the globe. Quality internships with Adecco or its clients are provided in over 54 countries for you to gain valuable workplace experience and to increase your employability. Internships range from roles in production, marketing, sales, event management, communication to human resources across a variety of sectors providing you with key workplace skills.

On the Adecco Way to Work™ website you will find further information and the link to your local Adecco Experience pages where internships from 1 to 12 months are published and where you can apply directly.

Visit the Adecco Way to Work Career Centre where you find tips and tricks on how to stand out from the crowd when applying for an internship or a job.

And there is more: Adecco's *CEO for One Month initiative is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for athletes and youngsters!

“After this month, I have a clear idea of what I want to do” Paola Ospina, Colombia, CEO for One Month 2014 with Adecco Group.
“I’ve gained a whole new understanding for the complex role of CEO. And I’ve learnt a lot about myself in that role as well.” Amanda Stehn, Sweden, CEO for One Month 2014 with Adecco Sweden.

Be part of the Adecco Experience or download the App and apply to become the CEO for One Month in one of 30 Adecco countries and for the Adecco Group! Getting involved will help ensure your success on and off the field of play!

*CEO for One Month: An opportunity to work under the direct supervision and mentorship of the Adecco country CEO or the Adecco Group CEO, Patrick De Maeseneire.
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