Natalia Rhoden

GRADUATE Natalia Rhoden has won a place on a management training scheme with Colchester letting agency haart.Ms Rhoden, 22, graduated from Sheffield University with a 2:1 in international business with Spanish and is one of just three people nationally to be chosen for the scheme.

GRADUATE Natalia Rhoden has won a place on a management training scheme with Colchester letting agency haart.

Ms Rhoden, 22, graduated from Sheffield University with a 2:1 in international business with Spanish and is one of just three people nationally to be chosen for the scheme.

Former Colchester Grammar School pupil Kabir Gulabkhan, 21, a biomedical sciences graduate from the University of Essex, has started wok at sister company Felicity J Lord's Shad Thames office in London.

Ms Rhoden said: “It was fantastic when I heard I had won a place on the programme. With so few placements on offer, I really did have to work incredibly hard. The competition was very tough and the interview process was gruelling. I am enjoying every minute of it and I feel very lucky to have joined a company which has such an outstanding reputation.”


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Haart residential lettings managing director Andrew Berry said it was vital to recruit staff who would continue to grow the business.

“We launched our graduate training scheme to find motivated and talented individuals who would be able to inspire and lead from the front,” he said.

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“A large number of very high calibre candidates applied to join the scheme and underwent a very tough selection process. Natalia did extremely well and shows huge potential and we are delighted to welcome her to the company.”

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