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RECENT NEWS AND STATEMENTS
SEO LONDON ANNOUNCES ITS NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
“I’m absolutely delighted to be joining SEO London to help the charity to further its ambitious goal of driving systemic change so that all young people, irrespective of background, can achieve their career potential,” says Nathalie Richards, the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of SEO LONDON.
Sunday, 7 August 2022
SEO LONDON AND BARCLAYS LAUNCH PARTNERSHIP TO HELP GRADUATES FROM UNDERREPRESENTED COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE UK INTO MEANINGFUL JOBS
• 3-year, UK-wide partnership between Barclays and SEO London to help 400 graduates from underrepresented communities into fulfilling employment
• Six-month programme offers personalised support, mentoring, boot camps and Barclays LifeSkills resources
Thursday, 17 March 2022
SEO LONDON REAL ESTATE PROGRAMME TARGETS 200 STUDENTS FROM A VARIETY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUNDS
Tristan Capital Partners, Goldman Sachs, and Eastdil Secured are joined by Blackstone and Westbrook Partners as programme sponsors
Changing the level of representation of minority and under-represented groups in the real estate sector remains a priority
SEO London’s ‘Step into Real Estate Programme’ returns for its second year
Friday, 18 November 2022
TWO DECADES AGO, THE SIMPLE NOTION OF DIVERSITY IN THE LONDON WORKPLACE WAS CONSIDERED A FRINGE AREA OF RECRUITMENT
The simple notion of diversity in the London workplace was considered a fringe area of recruitment, indulged in by a handful of American banks in a non-systemic manner, and broadly ignored by non-American firms. Although diverse recruitment is not niche anymore, today it is no longer just about diverse recruitment either, says Andrew Fairbairn.
Thursday, 16 June 2022