Six apprentices find permanent positions through PR Apprenticeship scheme

Six apprentices have been offered permanent roles as the first round of the PR Apprenticeship scheme comes to a close.

The following have been confirmed in permanent positions at the company where they carried out their apprenticeships: Lydia Hayward at Tala; Dani-lee McCarthy at Nelson Bostock Communications; William Hardy at Cake; Jessica Kirby at Cirkle and William Alego at Grayling. In addition Hayley Taylor, who carried out her apprenticeship at Grayling, has now been handed a permanent role at Bite Communications.

The PR Apprenticeship scheme, launched last October and run by the PRCA and Creative Process, has so far started 74 apprentices on the journey to become successful PR experts.

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