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ACD spent the last two days visiting several EU Institutions & Slaughter and May in Brussels! We have some future parliamentarians, lawyers and European leaders in this group! #widenhorizons  #discovertheEU 
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ACD students spent a day at Microsoft UK learning about the variety of roles and career opportunities in the tech industry. #futureleaders

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Many careers and opportunities exists within a firm. Helping students learn and experience these various roles at an early age is important in helping them make informed decisions about their career!
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ACD exists because people give generously to help us raise the academic attainment, career prospects and social mobility of black British students. Join us! Donate today!

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ACD Student completed a 2-week work experience with architecture, design and event firm Associated Media Ltd. Check out his blog about his work experience including how he found out things all come down to maths! 

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If you haven't read our latest newsletter - check it out today and see what ACDiversity has been up to!

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Applications for ACD's 2015 Summer School Programmes are now available online! Find out how to register by clicking on the link below. 

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The mentoring continues at ACD! 
Mentoring has been shown to keep kids in school, improve a young person's self-esteem and strengthen social and communication skills. 
Find out more today at www.acdiversity.org
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GCSE data reveals stark differences between black Caribbean students and students from other ethnicities. 
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