Exploring Long-Term Career Growth In An Entry-Level Role With Bell

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For many team members, a first job at Bell is the start of a lifelong career.

Katherine Cape started her career at Bell in the Graduate Leadership Program in 2011. Today, she’s a Customer Service Manager.

“I’m a new Manager, in a new environment and I feel like I have a lot to learn,” says Katherine. “I really feel like I have a place in the company and that I’m valued.”

VP of Organizational Development Kristine Emmett started her career at Bell in 1990 as a Manager in Customer Operations.

“I was attracted to a career at Bell because there were so many different areas of the business. I knew there would be a lot of opportunity,” she explains.

“If you’re willing to go into different groups and take on different types of jobs, the opportunity to learn is immense.”

Are you ready to plan for long-term success?

Find the role that hatches your career at Bell! See current opportunities here.

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Elias Da Silva-Powell is a Content, Marketing and Community Specialist at TalentEgg, as well as a two-time graduate of Queen's University. An avid bow-titan, he has been trying to bring whimsical neck wear back into the mainstream since 2008. He's around on Twitter: @EDSPowell and you can check out his profile on LinkedIn, and even G+.