Private wealth firm backs graduate event

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Jane Barrett of Harrogate firm Career Farm
Jane Barrett of firm Career Farm

Harrogate investment and wealth management firm Sanlam Private Wealth has given its support to an to help Harrogate graduates take their first steps towards their chosen career.

Sanlam, a global financial services business with offices in Victoria Avenue, will fund three places on the one-day Career Bootcamp organised by recruitment expert and career coach Jane Barrett of Harrogate firm Career Farm.

Jane said: We are delighted to have such a prominent global brand as our headline sponsor and the three funded community places they are providing will enable students to attend who would not otherwise be able to afford to do so.

The intensive one-day event will be held at Pavilions of Harrogate on 27 June 2015  and will be facilitated by graduate recruitment experts who have worked with major employers such as Shell, Norton Rose, Yorkshire Water, AstraZeneca and Diageo.

It will cover CVs, applications, preparing for interview and mock interview practice.

Jonty Warneken of Sanlam Private Wealth in Harrogate said: There is a real need for events like this to help talented young graduates make the most of their skills and interests so that they can secure their first job and kick start their career.

Education is an investment and we are delighted to support the Career Bootcamp which will help students and their families see a valuable return on the time and finances that have been spent.

To find out more about the Harrogate Career Bootcamp or apply for a community place call Jane Barrett on 0113 3280216.

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