INSIGHT INTO BENTLEY VIRTUAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Bentley Motors has partnered with social mobility charity Speakers for Schools to deliver a range of virtual work experiences for young people across the UK.

The Insight into Bentley virtual work experience gives students aged 14-18 the opportunity to gain a unique insight into the automotive industry and meet members of Bentley’s Early Careers team and diverse colleague population.

Take a look at our upcoming opportunities below.

  • Engineering and Manufacturing at Bentley | 24 Jan 2023 | APPLY HERE
  • Digital Business and Project Management at Bentley | 31 Jan 2023 | APPLY HERE
  • BeSustainable at Bentley | 21 Apr 2023
  • BeInclusive at Bentley | 19 May 2023

A typical session includes:

  • An overview of Bentley’s ambitious plan to become the world’s leading sustainable luxury mobility company
  • An opportunity to learn from Bentley’s industry-leading experts and meet members of the Early Careers team to learn about apprenticeship opportunities in 2023
  • Networking opportunities with Bentley’s diverse colleagues

November’s CV Writing and Employability Skills session will look a little different and will focus on time with recruitment leads talking about top tips for CVs, applications and interviews.

To apply, click 'APPLY HERE' on the available session(s) above, and you will be directed to an online application form. As part of your application, you will be asked the following questions:

  • What cause(s) are you are passionate about? Please also explain why.
  • Tell us about a time you achieved something you didn’t think you could.
  • If you could go back in time and be the person who invented something we use today, what would it have been and why?

Pictured: 2021 Virtual work experience 3D project task winner

Yen Li, from Torquay, Devon, said: “I would never have found work experience with Bentley Motors without Speakers for Schools and I really enjoyed learning about the business. The car design challenge was exciting and I am delighted to have won and to receive the 3D model.”