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Oracle seeks Puerto Rican students to participate in new internship program

Powered by a multidisciplinary group of current Oracle employees who had the opportunity to participate in previous editions of their internship and trainee programs, the software company is looking to recruit new participants, it announced.

The internship program, called Generation Oracle, seeks to guide and
train a generation of professionals for the future. The registration period
ends Mar. 4, 2019.

To be part of Generation Oracle,
the interested parties must be attending a high or technical educational level
throughout the duration of the program — from 13 to 18 months — and they must
show a desire to “transform the world, empowering people through
innovation” in addition to identifying with the corporate values ​​of the
company, such as:

  • Live for excellence;
  • Be a passionate person;
  • Behave as owner;
  • Have an entrepreneurial spirit;
  • Talk with the truth;
  • Have an obsession for clients.

To participate, candidates must
have availability to work 35 hours per week (or equivalent to the workload of
interns) at the Oracle offices in San Juan.

“We’re convinced that the
transformation is in the hands of people and that technology is the tool that
enables and accelerates positive changes, in this sense, we are very happy to
present the Generation Oracle program, because with it we will guide and train
a generation of professionals for the future: people with the best human
qualities, able to take full advantage of innovation and thus transform the
world,” said Luiz Meisler, executive vice president of Oracle Latin
America.

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