Leadership programme for disabled students

Posted by Rosalind Kemp on 2 June 2015

Common Purpose is a charity that runs leadership development courses and they are currently running a programme in partnership with Santander called Frontrunner for Disabled Students. It's a three-day residential course that takes students behind the scenes of a city to visit an incredible range of organisations and their leaders across different sectors (many of whom will be potential employers). Following the course, students will be able to apply to the Santander sponsored internship scheme.

The course takes place 7 - 9 July 2015 in Newcastle and is free to attend including accommodation and transport during the programme (travel to/from Newcastle not covered).

Find out more and apply.

Topics: Diversity, Jobs and Internships, employability skills

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