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The Big Interview: AAI EmployAbility founder Joy Lewis: The Scotsman, 15 Dec 2019

Giving interns real jobs was an ambition that turned into a success story for AAI EmployAbility founder and chief Joy Lewis.

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Reaching a wider talent market helps businesses to thrive: Daily Business, 4 Dec 2019

A diverse workforce can help your business thrive, writes AAI CEO Joy Lewis in Daily Business Magazine.

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Not-for-profit Scottish recruiter rebrands in diversity push: The Scotsman, 1 Dec 2019

An Edinburgh-based not-for-profit recruiter is rebranding to reflect a renewed push for more diverse and inclusive hiring processes. 

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Founder calls for ‘equality of opportunity’ as Adopt an Intern celebrates 1500 milestone: Women's Business Club, 22 July 2019

The Founder and CEO of socially-driven graduate employment specialists Adopt an Intern (AAI) has called for more inclusive employment practices as the organisation places their 1500th candidate into paid work.

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Celebrations at Adopt an Intern as 1500th Candidate Secures Paid Work: DIGIT, 19 July 2019

Adopt an Intern (AAI) is celebrating the placement of its 1500th candidate into paid work – setting them on the path to future success in Scotland’s digital technology sector.

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Event Story: AAI’s #DiversityWorks and Why it Matters: Scotland CanB, 12 Dec 2018

Scotland CanB reports on AAI's #DiversityWorks Inclusive Business seminars 

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Scottish initiative to boost female black, minority and ethnic workers to launch: The Scotsman, 12 November 2018

A not-for-profit company committed to business growth and creating a fair and transparent paid internship culture in Scotland is launching an initiative to help businesses better attract talented black, minority and ethnic (BME) women.

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AAI Supports FutureX’s Startup Summit Finalists: DIGIT, 1 October 2018

FutureX has today opened applications for the annual Startup Summit Competition for UK-based tech entrepreneurs.

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Drink Baotic makers promote return to work drive for minority women in Scotland: Insider, 4 April 2018

The Glasgow-based makers of health drink label Drink Baotic have become the latest to join an ethnic employment drive to promote return-to-work opportunities for minority women in Scotland.

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Supermodel Becomes Adopt An Intern Patron: The Scotsman, 9 November 2017

Eunice Olumide has a portfolio of businesses involved in, among others, art, publishing and film. Adopt an Intern has announced the appointment of Scots Supermodel Eunice Olumide as patron. The move comes in the wake of Scottish Government- supported conferences, in Glasgow and Edinburgh, targeting return to work opportunities for black, minority and ethnic women, where Olumide has been a keynote speaker

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