School Partnerships

SQLI's approach to recruiting interns, apprentices, professionalization contracts and new graduates is to trust the future digital experts of tomorrow today.

  • +200 Young talents recruited per year

Starting your career at SQLI: internships, work-study programs and first jobs

For the young talents, it is an opportunity to learn in real conditions and to get a real feel for their future profession alongside experts who will accompany them throughout their assignment. For SQLI, it is a privileged way to begin a shared history, to train its new employees, to envisage a long-term collaboration.

  • 4,33 /5 Happy Trainees 2020

Special partnerships with schools

Being close to young talent also means going out to meet them. Throughout the year, our experts get involved with partner schools to give courses or technical conferences. Our experts also have the opportunity to present their work and discuss digital professions, types of activities, projects carried out and more with students.

Our HR team also assists our trainees to prepare them for their professional integration. From CV writing and preparation workshops to simulated job interviews, our recruitment professionals give students all they need to facilitate their entry into the workforce.


"A company where it is good to start your career"

Since 2019, thanks to its interns and apprentices, SQLI has been awarded the Happy Trainees* label every year. In just a few years, SQLI has risen to the top of the list of companies where it is good to start your career.

SQLI is very proud of this award because it is our interns and apprentices who have enabled us to obtain this label, the score of which is constantly increasing.

*Happy Trainees is the leading independent quality label for internships and apprenticeships. It recognizes the quality of the integration and support for our interns, their follow-up and their skill improvement on projects, as well as the work atmosphere in our entities. As a true HR barometer, it allows us to take a step back and provide better support to young people in their first stage of professional life.