Gala of the 16th edition of Career Program

The Polish Business Roundtable hosted the Gala of the 16th edition of Career Program, which offers paid internships for students and alumni of Polish and international universities.

On November 7th, the participants of last year’s edition of the Program and graduates from previous years met with representatives of employers, including members of the Polish Business Roundtable and Marian Owerko, head of Career Program and vice-president of PBR. The Gala proved to be a great opportunity for an exchange of experiences between the ambitious and talented youth and some of the most distinguished businesspeople in Poland.

For more about Career Program visit: https://www.programkariera.pl/ [in Polish]

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