Considering going back to work or a career change?  Want a more flexible work life balance? Looking for local part time jobs?

Then why not come along to our new ‘Back to Work Coffee’ session to discuss your options further.   The event is at Portivo Lounge, Gloucester Quays  on Tuesday 11th September.

We’d love to get to know you, particularly as it helps us to promote your skill set to prospective employers if we’ve had a chat about your individual talents and requirements. Come along to this informal and friendly session where you will have an individual one to one with us and an opportunity to network with like-minded professionals.

Please book ahead – slots are available at 9.30am,  10.45am and 12.00pm. 

Venue – Portivo Lounge, Gloucester Quays, St Ann Way, Gloucester GL1 5SH.

Email giselle@ten2two.org to book a place

All this is free and we even throw in coffee, and tea – how can you miss it?  We look forward to seeing you there!

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