Norfolk students’ chance to work at the Olympic Games

College students are being given the chance to work at next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.

A paid work opportunity is being offered for City College Norwich students to be involved with London 2012 with free training and accommodation provided.

The role will be to help out with stewarding and security at the Games. Students will be paid at least �8.25 an hour, will get free accommodation in London, free travel to work and a free industry recognised qualification.

The once in a lifetime opportunity will not conflict with term times and will give students the chance to develop new skills and enhance existing ones and a guaranteed interview upon completing the free qualification and further work opportunities leading on from the qualification.

Students must be 18 or over on July 1, 2012 to be eligible. For details, call Byron Sellars on 01603 773 134.


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