Following a highly successful apprenticeship, Abchurch has made its second apprentice a permanent member of the team. Renato Cabulo has been promoted to Team Assistant following his yearlong apprenticeship with the consultancy.
Renato joined Abchurch as an apprentice from Tower Hamlets’ award-winning social enterprise and apprenticeship trainer City Gateway. The apprenticeship program was pioneered as part of the Evening Standard’s Ladder for London campaign. The campaign aims to get unemployed young people into paid apprenticeships. Abchurch was quick to enrol in the scheme and was named as one of the Evening Standard’s First 100, a roll-call of organisations who have enabled 100 apprentices to start work within 100 days of launch of the Ladder for London campaign.
Julian Bosdet, Senior Partner of Abchurch, commented: “We are proud that Renato is our second apprentice to subsequently secure full time employment with us. Abchurch has an excellent infrastructure to support and train young people, both apprentices and graduates. Impact Investment and corporate social responsibility are high on Abchurch’s agenda, and with 25% of young Londoners unemployed, we are delighted to be able to invest in and support such a rewarding social enterprise for getting school leavers into work. I would encourage as many other companies as possible to get involved in this valuable scheme that is benefitting young people in need of training and job opportunities afforded to them too infrequently..”
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