Invest in the young people of Sheffield

25th January 2012

We need your help to prepare our young people to understand and gain the skills they will need for their future life by offering two weeks of unpaid work experience.

As a consortium of Sheffield Schools we are committed to offering our pupils a real experience of the workplace to develop their skills and consider the careers they are interested in pursuing. We are urgently in need of work placements for schools whose students are due to go on work experience in March and April. Our programme is supported by who  offer a comprehensive package for you, the employer. If you can offer work placements to students to any or all of the following Sheffield schools, during the periods stated please contact Neil Thompson or 0114 2306643  or email for more information and an offer form. School Dates Firth Park Community College 05/03/12 to 16/03/12 Newfield School 19/03/12 to 30/03/12 Yewlands Technology College 19/03/12 to 29/03/12 Chaucer Business and Enterprise College 16/04/12 to 27/04/12 Forge Valley Community School 08/05/12 to 11/05/12 (Four days) All Saints Catholic High School 25/06/12 to 06/07/12 Ecclesfield School 02/07/12 to 13/07/12 Hinde House 3-16 School 02/07/12 to 13/07/12 Stocksbridge High School 09/07/12 to 20/07/12 Silverdale School 09/07/12 to 20/07/12  

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