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UK Branch with Michaelhouse and Hilton form support group on LinkedIn

The UK branch of the ODU has formed a collaboration via LinkedIn with the UK alumni associations of Michaelhouse and Hilton. Click to read more.
14 Oct 2020
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The UK branch of the ODU has formed a collaboration via LinkedIn with the UK alumni associations of Michaelhouse and Hilton. The purpose of the Group is to support each others' alumni who are looking in the UK for mentoring, jobs or relocation advice. The idea is that ODs will help and be helped by ODs as well as old boys from Michaelhouse and Hilton and likewise, will be available to help them.

If you have the right to work in the UK, please apply for membership HERE. Please also make sure that your LinkedIn school information is set to Bishops Diocesan College.

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