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Civil Service Work Shadowing Programme Presentation

Ellison Building, A002

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Come and find out about Civil Service Work Shadowing Programme. Exclusive to Northumbria University students! 

Would you like to:

  • start building your professional network
  • learn about public sector & professional roles in Government
  • understand more about citizen-facing services
  • spend a day with Fast Streamers or Senior Leaders in the North East or London (travel costs to London paid in full)
  • ·or enhance your CV?

Then come along to meet Harriette and Vanessa and find out more about the 2018 Work Shadowing Programme!

The Civil Service is a modern and diverse workplace, committed to promoting and ensuring equality and valuing diversity. 

This opportunity is exclusively for Northumbria University students. We welcome students from all academic years and disciplines and want to promote this opportunity to disabled students, students from a BAME or socially/economically disadvantaged background. 

To book a place a place at this presentation, please complete the booking form below. You may also be interested in the presentation which will preceed this one, which is being delivered by the Civil Service Government Commercial Function. Click here for further information.

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Ellison Building, A002


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