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Frontline Undergraduate Taster Day

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Interested in finding out more about a career in child protection social work?

You’ll spend the day taking part in a range of interactive workshops designed to:

  • Increase your understanding of our Leadership Development
  • Enhance your employability skills
  • Raise your awareness of social inequality in the UK and the impact you can have as a participant on the Frontline

You’ll also get the opportunity to receive one-to-one support from their dedicated recruitment team and to meet leaders from across the Frontline network.

Frontline are looking for any undergraduate student who is:

  • Interested in making a difference
  • Passionate about tackling social inequality
  • Curious about working in the public or third sector
  • Committed to developing their leadership and interpersonal skills

The workshops will be at Newcastle - 10 July 2018, 10:00 - 16:00 - lunch will be provided

Frontline will reimburse reasonable travel expenses for this event at their discretion

If you require any further information please email recruitment@thefrontline.org.uk. 

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