As part of our CSR focus on employability, our MUFG volunteers in London took part in the charity's weekly workshops and regular employability days. They shared their skills in CV writing, interview practice and other areas of recruitment to help unlock the women's potential.

Working Chance was also one of the beneficiaries of the funds raised at our inaugural One MUFG triathlon in September 2019.

In early 2020, the charity moved its programme online due to COVID-19 but it hopes to resume in-person workshops later this year.

“Our transformational outcomes are made possible by the dedication and generosity of MUFG employees who share their time and expertise with the women we support, assisting them with their CVs and interview skills as well as helping to build their confidence and self-belief.

Katy Doolan, Head of Recruitment, Working Chance

“As the youngest business representative, it was great to be a part of such an empowering project – enabling women to find the confidence to disclose their experiences, providing CV guidance and conducting practice interviews. One participant successfully secured employment after applying the advice given during the session."

Hamida Khanom, Graduate Analyst, Financial Crime, MUFG London

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