Applications now open for Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Mentoring Scheme
25 September 2014
Applications are now open, and will close on Sunday 5 October.
The scheme aims promote equality and diversity in graduate recruitment.
Employers participating in this scheme include:
- BT Group
- Department for Transport
- Department for Work and Pensions
- HM Revenue & Customs
- HM Treasury
- Metropolitan Police
- The Crown Prosecution Service
"I am so glad that I participated in the mentoring scheme. Before joining the scheme I didn't really know where my future career was heading and I felt that I was lacking in guidance and confidence. My mentor was the perfect role model and helped me a lot by improving my CV, which consequently led me to secure two legal work placements." (Tasneem Uddin, 2nd year LLB Law student)
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