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Work Placements survey

Work placements are a way of helping young people to enter the world of work. Work Placements 4 Me was created to help BAME people, aged between 18-30 and living in London, find the right placement.

Placements can vary in length from a few days to a few months. BTEG sees work placements as a form of volunteering and, as such, even though they are unpaid you shouldn't be out of pocket and your travel and lunch expenses would be covered.

What we would like to know, though, is how much young people know about work placements and whether they think they benefit from them.

So, if you are a BAME person, aged between 18-30 and living in London please take this survey to help us find out.

By taking part in the survey you will be entered into a prize draw. The winner will receive a £100 gift voucher.

To take part in the draw we will need your email address so we can contact you if you win. It won't be used for any other purpose.

The survey will close on 6 October.

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