10,000 Black Interns launches new programme for disabled students

10,000 Able Interns

Eve Maddock-Jones
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The 10,000 Black Interns programme has launched the first step of its new 10,000 Interns Foundation, focused on offering paid work experience for disabled students.

The 10,000 Able Interns is the first part of the group's expansion since launching two years ago. This new initiative will aim to secure at least 100 internships for disabled students across the UK in the summer of 2023, with the intention of growing this figure to 10,000 internships over time. The foundation has been supported by the Disability Charities Consortium (DCC), a coalition of nine disability charities that work together to make sure disabled people's voices and experiences are reflected in UK policy making. Study finds lack of female angel investors is hurting UK entrep...

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