Sixteen-year-old girl who inspired Workfinder app opens doors for thousands of young women in Birmingham
14 Dec 2017

● New ‘Trip Advisor’ style App connects students to work experience in less than 5 minutes; ● Birmingham to benefit from up to 5,000 work experience scholarships for 16-18 year-old women to work in digital companies and charities; ● Funded by £200k investment from social tech investor, Nominet Trust; ● Preparing girls for jobs of the future the ‘challenge of a generation’

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