Sapient Consulting Supports Your Career
"If you want to do something within Sapient Consulting, you can certainly make it happen, and you will get the support from anyone in the organization" - Effie Kilmer, Associate.
Sapient Consulting prides themselves on fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion. In their office, there's no such thing as a "typical" employee- connected thinking is built on diversity. Not only will you engage side-by-side on some of the most challenging and rewarding projects, you can also take part in their learning programs to really own your career. Sapient Consulting gives you the opportunity to attend sessions about new industry trends and technology, request training or get involved in another area of the business.
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