Getting a Job - Help from Tenterden Rotary

Getting a job - six top tips from Erik Foster, Tenterden Rotary Club

Getting a Job - a Helping Hand from Erik Foster, Tenterden Rotary Club

Here in Tenterden our school leavers face the same terrible employment market as do their counterparts all over the country. With over 14% of under 24 year olds unemployed it is tragic. Rotary has a history of helping these young people to get a job both by coaching in the schools, or if they have left school and are unemployed then in Job Centres around the country. With Covid-19 preventing us from delivering face to face guidance we have compiled a booklet which is now available to every pupil in their last year at our local secondary school, Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre, and is yours to download here to put to good use to help others... 

Download this helpful file here Getting a Job - a Helping Hand from Tenterden Rotary

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