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Recruiter in Residence – Teach First

Blogged by Andrew Smith on November 24, 2016.
  • When: 10.00-12.45pm, Tuesday 29th November
  • Where: The Careers Service

For any final or penultimate year students looking to apply to the Teach First Leadership Development Programme (LDP) your graduate recruitment officer will be holding drop-in sessions so you can get all of your questions answered or find out a little more.

Come along to learn about how our LDP will equip you with the skills and confidence to become a leader. And, at the same time, help us end educational inequality in the UK, where the link between how well you do at school and how much your family earns is stronger than almost anywhere in the developed world.

More than 10,000 people have joined the LDP so far. Many have remained in the classroom and many others are working in leadership roles across all sectors of the economy. What they all have in common is a belief that every child should have equal opportunities in education and in life, and the knowledge they are contributing towards this goal.

To make an appointment you will need to book your time slot through CareerConnect. Login to CareerConnect and search under events, click on ‘Book Now’ and select an available time. If your preferred time is not available you will be added to a waiting list and notified if it becomes available.

Please note that spaces on these sessions are very limited so please do not book more than one session. As the employers are travelling up to Oxford to kindly offer this service we ask that you inform us as soon as possible if you are unable to attend your booked appointment otherwise we will have to ask you to write a note of apology to them.

If you have any particular requirements, that may help you to access this event, then please do share them with us prior to attending by contacting reception@careers.ox.ac.uk or telephone 01865 274646.