DIVERSITY INSIGHT DAYS
At Frontline we’re committed to diversity and inclusion. We run Diversity Insight Days to give people from underrepresented groups within the Frontline programme an opportunity to find out more about pursuing a career in social work and making a difference in society.
You’ll spend the day:
• Learning about Frontline’s unique Leadership Development programme (LDP) for graduates and its impact on society
• Preparing for the LDP’s recruitment process through a range of interactive workshops
• Networking with leaders and social workers from the Frontline community
• Developing your employment skills
Everyone who attends a Diversity Insight Day will also receive one to one support with their application should they apply to the LDP, and will be able to submit an application as part of our early bird application process.
Who are we looking for?
Diversity Insight Days are open to students (undergraduate and postgraduate), graduates and career changers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.* If you’re passionate about making a difference to society and interested in developing your leadership skills, then we strongly encourage you to apply for this fantastic opportunity.
Where: London, Birmingham and Manchester
When: 2 May, 18 May, 28 June and 3 July 2019
Format: 10am – 4.30pm (lunch will be provided)
Expenses: We’ll reimburse reasonable travel expenses for this event at our discretion
How to apply
Applications are now closed. If you require any further information please email email@example.com.
* BAME backgrounds can include any of the following: Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani, Chinese, or any other Asian background; African, Caribbean or any other black background; White and Asian, white and black African, white and black Caribbean or any other mixed ethnic background; other-Arab.
Diversity Insight Days are part of Frontline’s positive action programme to encourage diversity and tackle underrepresentation on Frontline’s Leadership Development programme, in line with the Equality Act 2010 UK. Underrepresented groups (as listed) therefore receive priority places. If you are not from a BAME background and are currently an undergraduate student please check out our Undergraduate Tasters. If you are not from a BAME background and have graduated, please check out our Career Changer events.