Good service on all lines: TfL on track to address BAME representation with extended internship scheme

Transport for London (TfL) has launched an extension of its successful internship scheme for people from minority backgrounds across three new areas of its communications team.

by Ian Griggs
Three alumni of the BAME internship scheme who went on to work for TfL: (L-R) Joshua Burrell, Sylvia Mannah and Tuminu Onagoruwa
Three alumni of the BAME internship scheme who went on to work for TfL: (L-R) Joshua Burrell, Sylvia Mannah and Tuminu Onagoruwa

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