Dyslexia Action

Employment is the key to living a secure life for both a family and as a singlr individual. A university degree should not be the deciding factor to getting employed. There are many job clubs and various other organisations that provide support and help one to find a job opportunity suited for him or her. There are organisations that provide you with CV support which and important guidelines in order to erdaicate unemployment. Below is a listing of various job clubs.

1. Banbury Job Club, at the Mill Arts Centre, has been in operation since January 2009 and successfully helped over 700 job seekers.

The job club is held in the Millers Bar between 11am and 1pm every other Friday.

The Mill Arts Centre 
Spiceball Park
Banbury 
OX16 5QE.

Contact number: 01295 279002
E-mail: millboxoffice@oxfordshire.gov.uk

2. Bicester Job Club - Following on from the success of the job club in Banbury, Bicester job club was launched in June 2009 and is currently helping a number of local jobseekers back into work.

The job club is held at The Methodist Church Hall, corner of Sheep Street and Bell Lane, every other Friday between 11am and 1pm.

Bicester Methodist Church Hall
Corner of Sheep Street and Bell Lane
Bicester
OX26 6JQ 

Contact number: 01869 323030

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