The Apprentice star supports Accrington charity aim
3:49pm Thursday 31st October 2013 in News
A STAR of The Apprentice has offered his support to Accrington charity, YNOT Hyndburn, in their search for new talent.
Alex Wotherspoon appeared in series four of the ruthlessly competitive BBC 1 show in which competitors fight it out for a job working for celebrity businessman, Alan Sugar.
Alex supports the charity which is looking to recruit a young apprentice aged between 16-24 to join them for an apprenticeship in Business Administration.
He said: “It’s great to be working within the local community with highly motivated young individuals with a passion to learn and a drive for success.
“I’m very much looking forward to getting involved.”
The successful candidate will undergo training will be provided through North Lancashire Training Group and a two-year, full time placement within the charity.
By the end of it, the apprentice will earn an NVQ Level 2 in Business Administration.
Chief Officer for YNOT Hyndburn, Sharon Burch said: “As a charity which supports young people, we are always looking for ways to try and create opportunities for them and this apprenticeship seemed the perfect option.”
To apply or for more information call 01254 397119.
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