- 46 young people have joined “Challenging U,” one of the most competitive programs on the market, now in its 8th edition, adding to the 30 young graduates incorporated last September
- Participants will join different areas and businesses of the company in Madrid and Andalusia to drive the energy transition
- More than 250 young people have participated in the program since its launch in 2015 and more than 70% have ended up securing a position at the company
- Cepsa is promoting the participation of female talent with the incorporation of at least 74% women
Cepsa's goal is to have a pool of young talent to meet the needs of its Mobility and New Commerce, Commercial and Clean Energies, Energy Parks and Chemicals business units, as well as its corporate areas (ESG, Finance, Technology, etc.). With this program, young people have the opportunity to start their careers at one of the leading companies in the sector, while expanding their training through a graduate course in Business Management taught by the School of Industrial Organization (Escuela de Organización Industrial - EOI), one of the best business schools in Spain.
Bettina Karsch, Cepsa's Human Resources Director, welcomed the new group and said: "Young people are not only the future but also the present. At Cepsa, we want to have diverse talent, committed to the energy transition and enthusiastic about undertaking new projects, qualities necessary to drive our Positive Motion strategy andgoal of becoming leaders in sustainable energy and mobility.”
Since Cepsa launched the “Challenging U” program for graduates in 2015, over 250 young people have participated in it and more than 70% have ended up joining the company’s professional staff.
The “Challenging U” initiative is part of the “Talent Call” program, which also includes other company initiatives such as “Welcome U” and “Developing U,” all aimed at attracting, developing and retaining young talent. Cepsa strives for equal opportunities, identifying and developing the full potential of people based exclusively on their abilities to perform their duties.