We are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with Santander in Milton Keynes for an exciting careers event exclusive to Ten2Two members on Tuesday 16th June.

Ten2Two members are invited to join a team of resourcing and HR specialists for an informative and supportive workshop at which you will have the opportunity to discuss interview techniques, CV writing tips, how to perfect your on line professional profile and to explore any future career opportunities with Santander on Tuesday 16th June in Milton Keynes, MK4.  The workshop will be split in to two drop-in sessions, with the first one running from 9.30am to 12pm and the second session from 12.30pm to 3pm.  Places will be limited, so if you would like to join us please email lucinda@ten2two.org stating which session you wish to attend.  Places and venue will be confirmed during the first week of June.

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