Guidehouse signs on as a hiring partner for Amazon Career Choice program
Guidehouse, a provider of management, technology, and risk consulting services, has committed to be an Amazon Career Choice hiring partner. Amazon Career Choice is an employee upskill and retrain program at Flatiron School.
Flatiron School is pleased to announce that Guidehouse, a leading provider of management, technology, and risk consulting services to the public and government sectors, has committed to be an Amazon Career Choice hiring partner.
Amazon Career Choice is a workforce development program, designed to upskill and retrain Amazon employees who are interested in pursuing a future outside of Amazon. Amazon employees apply to receive upskilling or retraining in software engineering or cybersecurity at Flatiron School. Amazon Career Choice hiring partners commit to supporting graduates of this program with activities such as interviewing graduates and hosting hiring events to offer insights into tech careers at their company.
“As a champion of diversity and inclusion, we’re pleased to develop this partnership and recruit top candidates coming out of Flatiron School’s Amazon Career Choice program,” said Lauren Petrillo, Senior Cybersecurity & Salesforce Recruiter for Guidehouse. “We’re excited to work with bright individuals looking for a career change."
Guidehouse has been working together with Flatiron for 2 years and has hired a total of 14 grads, their first hire being in November 2019. Flatiron School is pleased to be working with this mission-driven organization to fill critical roles at Guidehouse and provide more opportunities for hard-working individuals to start tech careers.
Disclaimer: The information in this blog is current as of 22 November 2021. Current policies, offerings, procedures, and programs may differ. For up-to-date information visit FlatironSchool.com.
Posted by Flatiron School / November 22, 2021
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