MK Council funds Career WorkOut onlining
Milton Keynes Council has provided Worktree with a grant from its Economic Recovery fund for the onlining of Career WorkOut.
“We are thrilled to be in this new partnership with MK Council,” said Worktree’s Tom Bulman. “We share a vision of MK secondary schools delivering interactive employer encounters for all students and this grant will fund essential development of our popular Career WorkOut sessions in a constantly improving online format. The Council joins MK Community Foundation in awarding grants, and Personal Group and Bridgman & Bridgman in agreeing sponsorships, at a vital time in Worktree’s development. We are so grateful. Despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, the future looks bright for Worktree and young people’s access to live workers.”
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