BOSCH Technical Scholars Program
Robert Bosch LLC in Anderson, SC offers an apprenticeship opportunity called the “Bosch Technical Scholars Program.” Selected candidates will have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced multi-national corporation that employs over 402,600 employees worldwide. Candidates accepted into the Bosch Scholar Program will be hired as full- time Bosch associates and will receive full benefits. In the Bosch Scholar program, Scholars will receive the technical training needed to help them to gain all of the necessary skills needed to become a successful Bosch Technician. Upon successful completion of the 14-week program, Scholars will be become a Production Technician and will be placed into a Technician role at Bosch Anderson.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT BOSCH ANDERSON:
The Bosch Anderson facility, which currently employs over 1,200 associates, was founded in 1985 to produce fuel rails and has added production capabilities from a number of Bosch divisions to span many areas of the vehicle - including Powertrain Solutions, Automotive Electronics and Car Multimedia. Other products made at the plant include oxygen sensors, integrated fuel modules and transmission control modules. Outside of producing high-end automotive parts, Bosch Anderson is dedicated to corporate citizenship throughout the surrounding community. For over 25 years Bosch Anderson has provided assistance to the greater Anderson community by being active with organizations such as: Habitat for Humanity, Safe Harbor, March of Dimes, Adopt-A-Family, American Red Cross, AnMed Foundation, and FIRST Robotics.
To find out more about the recruitment process, call 864- 646-1577 or visit the Career and Employability Resources office located on the first floor of Ruby Hicks on the Pendleton campus.
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