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Tombola - Graduate Open Evening



tombola will shortly be launching the application process for this year's IT Graduate intake. This evening represents a fantastic opportunity for you to come and see our offices, and meet lots of different members of the tombola team. You can find out more about the company, our values and the way we work, as well as chat to members of our technical teams about the work they do.

Please note this event will be aimed at those looking to pursue a career in Information Technology.

Drinks (soft and alcoholic) will be provided, as will food (please let us know of any dietary requirements we should cater for).

We're expecting this to be popular so will be limiting attendance to the first 50 people who sign up!  

In case you didn’t know we’re based on the banks of the River Wear in Sunderland. We’re about a 10 minute walk from Sunderland Rail/Metro station and also have free parking on site if you’d rather drive. 

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