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Free leadership and networking programme for young people from the Commonwealth

Friday 3 March 2017

The world needs leaders now – become a leader with 33Sixty.

33Sixty is a leadership programme that equips aspiring Commonwealth* leaders (aged 18-30) with the skills and the networks to make a difference, now. You will work within an international group – including leaders from organisations such as Goldman Sachs, BBC, Oxfam and Santander – to develop solutions to some of the planet’s most pressing issues. You will then get the chance to present your ideas to the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth as she searches for exciting new initiatives to champion on the global stage.

The course will give you the leadership skills to succeed in your studies, your career and your civic life, along with access to global networks and an alumni community of engaged citizens.

The University of East London

Monday 10 – Thursday 13 April 2017

How much?

Find out more and apply online by Monday 20 March.

* The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 53 independent and equal sovereign states.

It is home to 2.2 billion citizens, of which more than 60 per cent are under the age of 30. The Commonwealth includes some of the world’s largest, smallest, richest and poorest countries, spanning five regions. Thirty-one of its members are small states, many of them island nations.

Help with your application

If you’d like to get your application form checked, you can use the careers appointments service run by Careers & Enterprise.  Call 020 7882 8533 or come into room WG3 in the Queens’ Building at the Mile End campus to book a 20-minute appointment.

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