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Sellick Partnership mentor budding Staffordshire students

Sellick Partnership mentor budding Staffordshire students
Financial recruitment experts, Sellick Partnership, have partnered with Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) to mentor students on the Colleges Finance Career Academy.
The Stoke on Trent company is offering timely advice to pupils from the College in the face of a major youth unemployment crisis.
Sellick Partnership will prepare 16-19 year olds for university and employment by offering CV writing skills, interview tips and career advice. Their strong reputation with clients within Stoke on Trent has enabled Sellick Partnership to provide the links to established organisations in the local area, which are able to offer the students of NULC an internship. This will support the students by giving them the opportunity to attain valuable on-the-job training skills, which will complement their studies and provide them with the fundamental grounding required to embark on a successful and professional career.
Newly appointed as a Local Advisory Board member and Partner in Business for NULCs Finance Career Academy, Kerri-Ann Hargreaves, Manager of Sellick Partnership in Stoke on Trent commented, It is refreshing to be a part of this career enhancing programme at Newcastle-under-Lyme College which is giving students the opportunity to gain valuable employability skills and ultimately a professional qualification.
This is the first year of the programme at the College and Sellick Partnership are excited to be involved from the outset. Its a fantastic opportunity to give something back to the community by offering career advice and help students get a foot in the door, whilst identifying a pool of talent all at the AAT qualified level, in such a competitive climate.
Sunder Sanghera, Career Academies Co-ordinator for the College said, "We're delighted to have Sellick Partnership on board as one of our supporting employers. We are enormously grateful to them for the commitment they are making to help raise the aspirations of our young people. Career Academies are benefiting businesses by producing work-ready young people.
Sellick Partnership are joining a network of over 900 employer supporters nationally working with over 120 schools and colleges. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Sellick Partnership and thank them for their support."


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