In apparent acknowledgement of the quality and industry-readiness of AUN products, Sterling Bank Plc is leading the banking sector in the queue for AUN graduates.
The AUN Director of Athletics and Recreation, Mr. Abdullahi Bello,
broke the good news to parents, new students, faculty and staff at the
New Student Orientation and Parents Welcome on August 16. He said the
bank had made several openings available to AUN, a scheme targeted at
incorporating AUN students into its workforce.
Group Head of HR and Performance Management at Sterling, Mr Chinedum
Orisakwe, said, ‘’We want to forge a strategic alliance with AUN to
provide instant employment to worthy students of American University of
Nigeria in a nation with a high rate of unemployment.”
Stating that the proposal to AUN is an attempt at commencing
“strategic alliances with reputable institutions,” Mr. Orisakwe said
those best graduating AUN students eventually selected, will be screened
during their final year.
“The selected students would be expected to go through our screening and
selection process in their final year. Successful candidates would be
offered employment after the completion of the compulsory one-year
national youth service,” the letter stated.