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Accenture - BAME Insight Day

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Plantation Place, 30 Fenchurch Street, London

Be yourself, make a difference

At Accenture, we feel strongly about the importance of inclusion and diversity. We’re holding two events for students and graduates this August as a fantastic opportunity to help you explore career options as you plan your future.Each event will have panel discussions where you can ask questions about everything from employability skills, the work we do and our culture. 

You will have a tour of our innovation centre, get involved in employability and recruitment sessions, as well as network with experts across various business areas over drinks and nibbles.To attend, students should be in their second year of study (about to go into their third), or recently graduated with 340+ UCAS points (or equivalent) in their top three A-Levels and be from a BAME background.

There are limited spaces available. So, apply today by sending your CV and a covering letter stating why you wish to attend to events@staffordlong.co.uk

A little bit about Accenture

We are a leading global professional services company. We provide solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Now, we’re looking for fresh talent to join our team of 442,000 people across 120 countries.

 

 

Event Details

Plantation Place, 30 Fenchurch Street, London
EC3M 3BD

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