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North Tyneside Citizens Advice Bureau Presentation

Room 402, City Campus East

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Come along and see what volunteering opportunities with the North TynesideCitizens Advice Bureau can offer you!

North Tyneside Citizens Advice Bureau was established in April 1998 when the 4 CABs in North Tyneside and the Disability Advice Centre were merged. 

It provides a core service of general advice and information across a wide subject area and specialist advice for Debt, Welfare Benefits, Housing and Community care problems to the local community.

Come along to this presentation to find out how volunteering with the North Tyneside Citizens Advice Bureau is a great way to improve the lives of local people while gaining invaluable CV enhancing experience in communication and people skills.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this on nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk.

To book a space, please complete the form below.

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Room 402, City Campus East


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