PinkNews Futures April 2021 is officially over. Thank you so much to everybody who joined us throughout the week! We hope that you enjoyed this week as much as we did, and that you’ve taken away some key learnings, advice and insights into being LGBT+ in the workplace today.
We’d like to send massive thanks to all of the incredible panelists who joined us this week, sharing their experiences so openly and offering their guidance so generously!
We also owe huge thanks to our amazing partners — Accenture, BCG, EY, Financial Times, Gilead, HelloFresh, Jisc, and Stephenson Harwood. As always, PinkNews Futures would not be possible without your continued support.
Each and every one of our partners are invested in you! Make the most of this opportunity and connect with our partners and partner representatives on LinkedIn. Can’t find them? Email futures(at)pinknews.co.uk and we’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.
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– Applications are open for a range of graduate and internship programmes at EY. With roles across multiple locations, and applications closing shortly, what are you waiting for? Apply here.
– HelloFresh is recruiting for two roles: Product Operations Coordinator and Marketing Data Engineer. They’re looking for candidates who are passionate, logical and proactive! Follow the links to apply.
– Interested in working for a trade union? Wondering what roles there are in a trade union? What skills you need? On 29 April, UNISON are hosting an online open taster session for anyone interested in learning more! Click here to secure your spot.
Remember, if you signed up to PinkNews Futures before midnight on Friday 9th April, you were automatically entered into a prize draw for a chance to win £100 worth of HelloFresh.
We’ll be contacting the two lucky winners via email next week, so keep an eye on your inboxes. Good luck!
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