From: Rebecca McArdle <Rebecca.McArdle@princes-trust.org.uk>
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The Prince’s Trust are pleased to announce dates & details for the upcoming Marks & Start (Get into Retail with Marks & Spencer) employability programme, with placements in Bristol & Gloucester:
Update: This programme is now accepting young people up to the age of 30!
ONLINE AND FACE TO FACE: ‘Marks and Start’ Get into Retail with Marks and Spencer (ages 16-30)
A mix of digital learning and practical, in store experience. You’ll work towards securing a temporary contract over the Christmas period – all whilst meeting new people and learning new skills!
Not only will it boost your confidence and employability prospects, but you’ll also have the chance to benefit from the support of one our mentors to help you uncover your next steps.
Taster Day: Wednesday 6th October (please note young people will need to attend an information session prior to the Taster Day, to ensure suitability)
Main Programme: Monday 18th October – Friday 12th November
Where: Microsoft Teams with store placements available at M&S Cribbs Causeway, and M&S Gloucester Eastgate.
To enquire, please contact Rebecca Trethewey at rebecca.trethewey
Delivery Manager – Partnerships & Projects
The Prince’s Trust, Canningford House, 38 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6BY
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