Refugees Into Jobs team at Refugee Council have a new Starbucks Employability and Customer Service programme starting in just over two weeks’ time, in case you know any individuals who may be interested in participating.

Our next course is starting on the 8th August at Barnsbury Job Centre Plus in Angel and is running for four days (8th, 9th, 15th and 16th).

For individuals with refugee status, family reunion, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave to remain as a result of asylum, who have an interest in customer service, wish to improve their employability skills and are looking for full or part-time work in a barista role at Starbucks or alternative role, it may be a great opportunity.

Interested participants are invited to drop in at our OPEN DAY Tuesday 30th July, 10am – 3pm at Barnsbury Jobcentre Plus (1 Barnsbury Road, London N1 0EX) to meet us and register for the programme – see full info attached:

August Starbucks employability programme

Open day Barnsbury 30.7.2019.

 

Regardless of the participants’ locations, we pay travel expenses and help candidates apply for roles that suit them.

 

For referrals or questions, get in touch on 07778105404/020 7346 6736 or starbucks@refugeecouncil.org.uk or take one minute to fill in this simple form here.

 

Finally, if you have refugee with different career aspirations, our Refugees Into Jobs service provides 1:1 support, courses and specialist programmes e.g. ‘Building Bridges’ for healthcare professionals and Just Bread baking and catering programme, tailored for all backgrounds and career aspirations.

Get in touch on 020 7346 1047 or rij@refugeecouncil.org.uk for general employment support.

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