The Act Two Career Relaunch Program At NBCUniversal
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Are you ready for your second act?
Our new 'Act Two' program is the perfect way to get your foot back in the door after taking time off for personal reasons such as caregiving. The program is open to women and men who have at least 5 years of professional experience and have been out of the paid workforce (in an office/corporate environment) for at least 2 years. We're looking for diverse contributors to keep driving our Operations & Technology team.
Apply for this 6-month paid role today!
Follow the link below to apply & check out what our first group of 'Act Two' participants have to say about the experience!
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