10,000 Black Interns opens applications for 2022 internship programme

Aims to place 2,000 black interns

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Applications open from today (6 September)
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Applications open from today (6 September)

10,000 Black Interns has opened applications for its programme to place at least 2,000 young black people a year in business internships for at least five years, following the first series of internships which delivered 501 placements at a range of companies, including asset managers.

The 2022 programme aims to place more than 2,000 interns in paid roles at over 700 businesses across 24 sectors of British industry, with applications open from 6 September until 7 November 2021. 10,000...

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