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Graduate schemes and Fast Stream

Being on the Digital, Data and Technology Fast Stream

Blog post author standing in the staircase, facing the camera. The walls have purple writings on them with sayings "Working well together, taking responsibility" and "Embracing change"

In this blog post you can read 2 different perspectives on the scheme. Both Fast Streamers are in their third year and work at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), but one joined after nearly 30 years in the Civil Service and one joined straight from university.

From the Welsh Government to the Department for Education: My experience on the Fast Stream

Helen Morris, second year Digital, Data and Technology fast streamer talks about her experience on the programme. Apply until 25 October!

Government Legal Department: Finding my way to the Digital, Data and Technology Profession from Law

Esther Kuforiji, Government Legal Department

Conversations about LawTech are sometimes reduced to talk of 'robot-lawyers', but for Esther Kuforiji, it's about supporting relationships and solving problems.

How the Digital and Technology Fast Stream has accelerated my career

Applications for the Digital and Technology (DaT) Fast Stream are open until 30 November 2016. Rachael Harvey, 2nd year DaT fast streamer tells how the Fast Stream has accelerated her career progression.

What the Digital and Technology Fast Stream is like

Photo of author Katherine O’Doherty, 2nd year DaT fast streamer

Applications for the Digital and Technology (DaT) Fast Stream 2017 open today. Katherine O’Doherty, 2nd year DaT fast streamer tells about new ways of working and life she has experienced through the Fast Stream.

Digital and Technology Fast Stream: Changing posts from HOT to MOD

Continuing in the series of blog posts by current Digital and Technology Fast Streamers, Iain Gordon writes about his first placement at the Home Office and his next move. I’m a first-year Digital and Technology Fast Streamer (DATs, as we’re commonly known). …