News Article Allies supports university undergraduate scheme for a second year
Allies has supported the University of East Anglia’s Internship Programme again this summer, following the success of last year.
Allies, a Norwich based company providing geocoding and address web services, has supported the University of East Anglia’s Internship Programme again this summer, following the success of last year.
The paid internship, lasting 6 weeks, will provide second year Environmental Science student Ellen Coquio with an invaluable work experience opportunity, supporting personal development and enhancing employability skills.
The role will involve producing thought-provoking content for the company’s website, sourcing engaging content for their social media feeds and being involved with marketing campaigns.
Allies Chief Executive, Dan Cooper said, “We’re delighted to have Ellen with us for six weeks and are pleased to be supporting the UEA’s internship programme again this year.”
He continued, “This is a fantastic chance for Ellen to gain valuable work experience within a well-connected company like Allies. She fought off stiff competition to land the role with us and will leave with a greatly enhanced set of skills and experiences.”
Internships are becoming increasingly popular, with a record number of paid positions available this year, providing mutual benefits for both undergraduates and host companies. Organisations can gain valuable help with launching new initiatives, along with alternative ideas and inputs to existing projects.
Allies Computing was established in 1987, providing solutions for more accurate addresses and geocoding software to businesses. Their software has been integrated into websites and mobile apps by some of the world’s largest corporations.
For more information about Allies, please visit their website: www.alliescomputing.com