A few companies that offer free management training are Nestle Purina, Anheuser-Busch, the Kraft Heinz Company, M&T Bank and L'Oreal, as noted by the Colombia University Center for Career Education. These companies provide different types of management training opportunities in different industries or sectors to recruit college students who are close to graduating from either undergraduate or graduate school.Continue Reading
The different types of management training programs offered by these companies include leadership development and rotational programs. Anheuser-Busch and the Kraft Heinz Company have global management training programs for which there is on campus recruitment. For example, Kraft Heinz selects top candidates for this leadership training program that is designed to expose trainees to the various product lines and departments, such as marketing, supply chain and human resources, as noted the Kraft Heinz Company. Corporate trainees going through this program are full-time employees of the company.
The Colombia University Center for Career Education provides a list of companies that have a variety of training programs. M&T Bank, which is a company on this list, offers a management development program that is one year in length. Additionally, this programs offers two career tracks that are in either analysis or retail branch management.
There are many other companies that provide free training programs for college graduates, including Nestle Purina. This company has a manufacturing management development program that requires relocation to a Nestle Purina facility in the United States. The program is two years long.Learn more about Managing a Business