The top companies

for graduates to work for

2016/17

 

Who are the best Charity, Education & Public Sector organisations For Graduates To Work For? Listed below are the organisations from the Charity, Education and Public Sector industries who made it into the Top Companies For Graduates To Work For in 2016/17 rankings, based solely on the ratings that their own graduate employees have given them in anonymous reviews written on TheJobCrowd.

 


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Buckinghamshire County Council
This role has given me the opportunity to learn a broad range of skills through working on several different projects. The job is very rewarding.  
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Cancer Research UK
The people that work here are supportive and on the grad scheme you can try out an array of roles.
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Change Agents UK
I get to work on things that I actually care about and feel as though I am doing something positive day to day.
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Civil Service Fast Stream
There is an astonishing variety of roles available - the exposure you get is unrivalled. 
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Explore Learning
It's a company that has clear visions and values that I believe in. I can leave work and know I've made a positive impact on a child or a parent.
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Government Statistical Service
I feel very valued here and the work is always varied. I feel like the work I do has genuine importance.
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Kent County Council
As a graduate you feel valued and are fully involved in shaping your own career. 
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Kings Tutors
The best part of working with Kings Tutors is the team - all of the tutors are great to be around and we all feel really connected.
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