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County Council careers day – Can you help?

Gloucestershire County Council is hosting a careers day in July and is looking for employers to take part.

The council's Employment & Skills Hub is hosting the event on July 6 at Commercial Road, Gloucester.

It is an opportunity for young people, parents, carers and job seekers to get careers advice and meet local employers.

The council is looking for training providers and employers of sizes and in all sectors to support the event.

If you are a training provider, employer or a provider of services for young people and want to get involved please contact Vikki.walters@gloucestershire.gov.uk.

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