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Let's get sharing##

Mentoring and training the talent of tomorrow.

Our Get Sharing scheme includes our work with BW3; Business Working with Wythenshawe and other local organisations and youth groups.

As part of the BW3 Aspirational Mentoring Programme, sponsor colleagues mentor local young people over the course of an academic year with regular meetings.

The feedback we’ve had confirms these young people really benefit from a mentoring relationship with a professional businessperson and that this can have a major impact in helping them fulfil their true potential.

We also work with other local groups and have hosted a variety of workshops including interview skills, mock assessment days, CV writing and interview techniques to help provide young people with some of the skills they need to enter the job market.