UK News: I’mPOSSIBLE And Deutsche Bank Team Up To Give Young Women Work Experience


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I’mPOSSIBLE. Global CIC a social enterprise which empowers women and girls of colour globally has teamed up with leading global banking and financial services provider Deutsche Bank, to offer a limited amount of work experience opportunities to young women within their IT department based in the City.

This is a great way for budding professionals to get experience within a corporate environment where they can pick up valuable skills and knowledge in the heart of London.  They will rotate around the various teams in the department including administration, Audio Visual and IT helping to get them a full understanding of the office.

ImPossible founder Simone Bresi-Ando ImPossible founder Simone Bresi-Ando

Born to Be, Deutsche Bank’s youth engagement programme, is committed to helping young people to fulfill their potential, through a range of programmes that develop aspirations, skills and access to opportunities. IT offers many opportunities for future careers, but women are under-represented across…

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