Apply for work experience with us

Tomorrow’s Talent is a popular work shadowing scheme for students aged 16-19 from less socially mobile backgrounds.

If you’re interested in working within the law or in a business services role, this is an ideal opportunity to gain relevant work experience and make useful contacts.

Due to COVID-19 our work experience will be taking place on 26-28 October.

What happens on the programme?

By taking part in the programme you’ll get to:

  • learn more about our Grad programme and how to apply
  • Q&A with one of our trainees to see what a typical day looks like
  • take part in skills workshops aimed at boosting your employability.

Who can apply?

To apply you must meet the following criteria:

  • be aged 16-19
  • attend a non-fee paying school or college
  • your parents didn't go to university or alternatively, you're entitled to free school meals/come from a low-income household or attend a school or college where there is low rate of progression to higher education
  • have the right to live and work in the UK
  • able to attend our sessions on 26,27 and 28 October
  • interested in pursuing a career in law or in a business services role such as Marketing, HR, IT or Finance
  • enthusiastic, punctual and able to understand how to behave in a professional environment.

Applications will be open from 7 October til 16 October.

How do I apply?

Please the link below and fill in the application form.

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How do I apply?

Currently our Social Mobility work experience programme Tomorrow's Talent is under review due to the Coronavirus pandemic. If you would like to express your interest in attending the programme then please email Danie French.

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