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Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) Virtual Work Experience

Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) is an employer like no other!

As a major fast-moving consumer goods business and the world’s largest independent Coca-Cola bottler, there are many different roles available within CCEP.

A role with Coca-Cola Europacific Partners is unlike a job anywhere else in the world. The Coca-Cola virtual work experience programme is designed to introduce students to various roles in the company and a place where people can grow, be happy and be well in a safe, open and inclusive workplace.


25-50 students per programme. A mix of independent online work plus multiple live sessions with Coca-Cola staff.


Programmes will run between Feb and Nov 2024, during school/ college hours.


The programme is for 14-19 year olds


Schools and colleges listed in the locations above can register their interest now. Further information about how students can apply will be provided in January 2024.


To register for a 2024 programme like no other, click the link below:

Coca-Cola Virtual Work Experience Expression of Interest (

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