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International College of the Cayman Islands and Nova announce partnership

Nova and the International College of the Cayman Islands are proud to announce our partnership, with Nova supporting students of the college in their career search, offering career advice, resume and interview preparation. The Newly redesigned careers services program, geared to toward helping local talent into careers they love is a shared passion of both organisations. This will be announced on August 23, 2018 at the College quarterly Career readiness day. The career readiness day provides an opportunity for the students, alumni, instructors, and member from the business community to come together and share ideas. Nova recruitment will deliver the key note quarter focused on “How to be the one — standing out in a competitive market”
In addition to the keynote address the Nova ICCI Partnership will see Nova recruitment offering students one to one careers advice sessions, deliver classes to first year students to help them work out there career paths, sponsor ICCI Careers Readiness days and make additional career development content available to students.
Louise Reed, Client Relationship and Business Development Manager at Nova said,
“We are extremely proud to work with ICCI and help their students get career ready. As a passionate advocate for training and development, myself and our recruitment team are delighted to help the students at ICCI with careers advice and beyond. We’re a passionate team whose aim is to help Caymanians find the career they are looking for with long term prospects.”
Dr. Coon, International College President said, “I am excited by the prospect of this partnership with Nova recruitments as it provides ICCI students with a definite edge in the job market, helping them to get that raise, Promotion or even start an new career.”
The Career readiness Day will also see support from KPMG, Cayman Islands Institute of chartered accountants (CIIPA), Club Save, Maples, The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, and The Cayman Islands Department of Customs.


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