Contestants have completed round 2 and the finalists have been decided.
The final of Science Oxford Apprentice will be held at Science Oxford Live on the 4th of May. To be crowned this years Science Oxford Apprentice, the finalists will have to give a 10 minute presentation, followed by questions from the judging panel. In their presentations they will be outlining a software concept they have designed, and how it will encourage people to take up and maintain interest in sport.
The winning contestant will receive £475 and a two week work placement with us here at Oxford Computer Consultants.
OCC has been awarded a grant of £1,000 from Sustainable Routes, as we were able to show that we had purchased 2 new laptops, to help staff work from home and a web cam and microphone have been installed in one of our meeting rooms for distant communication. The award was a match funded grant.
More information at www.sustainableroutes.co.uk
OCC’s directors believe that the company’s IT solutions and services should bring value to clients and the local community in a socially responsible way. We develop IT solutions that will provide positive effects on health, safety and the environment in an ethical way.
OCC also has a bicycle funding scheme which has resulted in 95% of our colleagues cycling to work, has an active recycling scheme in all parts of the office, and sponsors Oxford City Council’s Oxford in Bloom on the Plain roundabout.