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What is a Career Starter Multiverse Apprenticeship?
What is a Career Starter Multiverse Apprenticeship?

This articles briefly covers what an apprenticeship is and the part Multiverse plays. It covers high level questions.

Updated over a week ago

Overview

An apprenticeship is a full-time job where you learn, gain experience, and get paid. You will be an employee with a contract of employment and benefits.


By the end of an apprenticeship, you’ll have the right skills and knowledge needed for your chosen career. Over 87% of Multiverse apprentices stay at their company after (or during) their official year-long apprenticeship. The majority of the apprentices make their role a full-time career.

Multiverse partners with some of the best companies in the world who are looking for great talent. We look for candidates with non-traditional backgrounds and support them throughout the process. If hired, Multiverse offers 1:1 coaching, bootcamps, and cohort community events during the program.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need experience to land an apprenticeship?

    Short answer- nope! You do not need previous work experience in a particular industry in order to qualify for a job. That being said, we do encourage you to display related skills and experiences such as volunteering on your profile, to demonstrate things like your commitment and interpersonal skills. Additionally, each program, otherwise known as qualification, requires a particular set of skills before you apply with employer companies.

  • Do you offer relocation assistance for applicants who currently live out of a commutable distance?

    At the moment, neither Multiverse nor our employer partners offer financial assistance for relocation. Additionally, we do not encourage you to consider roles outside of your area unless you have friends or family in the location you hope to move to. Relocation for a job is a big commitment, and if you have not done it before, it has the possibility of being a significant stressor. Our advice is to look on our job board for either remote roles or roles in your current location.

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