HSBC’s third summer internship programme in the framework of its Future Skills strategy attracted 22 interns exploring the operations of the, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.
During the summer, interns from JAYE Malta Foundation and MCAST spent time at HSBC, learning about the functions at the bank’s retail and commercial businesses, customer service operations, accounting, communications, business technology services, marketing, human resources, and other areas. Interns also had the chance to meet members of the senior leadership, in addition to their dedicated mentors, who supported the interns on a daily basis.
“We are incredibly happy with the work of our talented interns and dedicated employees this summer,” said HSBC Malta Head of HR Caroline Buhagiar Klass. “Our 22 interns came from diverse backgrounds, but all shared a passion for the constructive impact of banking on social and personal prosperity. We hope we have instilled in them an expanded world view and a willingness to contribute positively to the society in which they will be active citizens in the coming future,” said Ms Buhagiar Klass.
HSBC tags its Future Skills programme as a key part of its updated sustainability strategy.