Reach is an online community designed for University of London students who feel they face barriers to reaching their potential. These may include social background, disability, age, gender and sexual orientation – it all depends on the individual and the career they are aiming for.
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Looking for resources that might help you tackle a particular barrier to employment? Then take a look at our resources section on the Reach Website (brought to you by the same team that populates this blog). http://reach.thecareersgroup.co.uk/resources/ There are a huge number of resources available. Included below is a selection to give you an idea of […]
[Posted on Wednesday, August 20, 2014]
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