Schools and community engagement

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Establishing sustainable partnerships across your local community is a great way to showcase your organisation as an employer of choice. It can also help you strengthen your workforce supply, create a workforce which is reflective of your local community and highlight the variety of opportunities available in the NHS.

In this web section we will guide you through schools and community engagement, helping you to understand the opportunities available to you, and the benefits you can expect to see in your organisation.

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How do I engage with schools and communities?

Find out how to form partnerships with your local communities, schools and education providers, and access information on health ambassador schemes and the Careers and Enterprise Company.

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What are the benefits?

Learn more about the benefits that NHS organisations can expect from engaging with schools and communities locally.

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