Placement Year Insight – Josh

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Are you considering doing a placement at Grant Thornton as part of your degree programme? If so, you’re in the right place. I’ll explain what life has been like for me at Grant Thornton since I started, why I chose accountancy, and then specifically why I chose Grant Thornton. Read this post

The School Leaver Series 2016- Natasha

 

tashOver the course of this week, we will be sharing a number of blogs from a few of our school leavers from across the firm. In these blogs, we will be sharing some of the great experiences we’ve had since working at Grant Thornton, whilst at the same time, talking about the key themes that come with joining as a school leaver, as opposed to being a graduate. We hope you find these useful! Read this post

The School Leaver Series 2016 – Frazer

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Over the course of this week, we will be sharing a number of blogs from a few of our school leavers from across the firm. In these blogs, we will be sharing some of the great experiences we’ve had since working at Grant Thornton, whilst at the same time, talking about the key themes that come with joining as a school leaver, as opposed to being a graduate. We hope you find these useful! Read this post

The School Leaver Series 2016 – Theo

theoOver the course of this week, we will be sharing a number of blogs from a few of our school leavers from across the firm. In these blogs, we will be sharing some of the great experiences we’ve had since working at Grant Thornton, whilst at the same time, talking about the key themes that come with joining as a school leaver, as opposed to being a graduate. We hope you find these useful! Read this post

The School Leaver Series 2016 – Sam

my-lync-photo-min-2Over the course of this week, we will be sharing a number of blogs from a few of our school leavers from across the firm. In these blogs, we will be sharing some of the great experiences we’ve had since working at Grant Thornton, whilst at the same time, talking about the key themes that come with joining as a school leaver, as opposed to being a graduate. We hope you find these useful! Read this post

The School Leaver Series 2016 – Jenny

 

Over the course of this week, we will be sharing a number of blogs from a few of our school leavers from across the firm. In these blogs, we will be sharing some of the great experiences we’ve had since working at Grant Thornton, whilst at the same time, talking about the key themes that come with joining as a school leaver, as opposed to being a graduate. We hope you find these useful!

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Grizel from Miami on life in London and what makes Grant Thornton special. #SecondeeTakeover.

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I was born in Cuba and grew up in the US. I would never have imagined that  20 years down the line I was going to be working in the UK with people from around the world. When I was recruited by Grant Thornton doing a secondment in another country was the topic of choice but a rarity in occurrence. So the moment I heard my colleague had landed a secondment in the UK I immediately started my search.

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Jackie’s adventures in London. Audit, Run the River and a Live Escape Game #SecondeeTakeover 2

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step – Lao Tzu

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I said goodbye to comfort and the familiar, trading them in for the unknown – for new faces in a new city, and unlimited travel possibilities. For the first time in my life, I was going to be living with mystery roommates in a foreign country where I had never been before without an existing community to support me.

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From Toronto to London: Jackie. #SecondeeTakeover

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step – Lao Tzu

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Ever since I started with Grant Thornton, I had heard about colleagues who had travelled abroad on secondment. I had already caught the travel bug in the previous year and was eager to gain international experience, so when the opportunity to go to the UK presented itself, I couldn’t pass it up. I said goodbye to comfort and the familiar, trading them in for the unknown – for new faces in a new city, and unlimited travel possibilities. For the first time in my life, I was going to be living with mystery roommates in a foreign country where I had never been before without an existing community to support me.

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