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Posted 19th May 2017, 11:17 in
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Kick It Out's Raise Your Game In Manchester

The Raise Your Game series heads to The Etihad Stadium, on Thursday 8 June.

The Raise Your Game series, which is run by Kick It Out and supported by the Premier League, heads to The Etihad Stadium, on Thursday 8 June.

Women’s Raise Your Game (#RYG17) is a mentoring event designed for those women who wish to forge a career in football, or wish to explore alternative career opportunities in the game. Kick It Out is continuing its efforts to diversify football’s workforce and ensure the game is reflective of society in 2017.

It’s the second visit of Women’s Raise Your Game at The Etihad Stadium, where it held its inaugural event in 2013, with further events held at West Ham United and Birmingham City’s St Andrew’s Stadium over the years.

Those who register for the FREE event, to be held in the Mancunian Suite between 10am and 3pm, can expect one:one mentoring appointments, as well as in-depth workshop sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities.

Areas for mentoring include:

  • Media and Communications
  • Coaching and Management
  • Community and Grassroots
  • Football Business and Administration
  • Player Services (Intermediaries)
  • Sport Science and Physiotherapy
  • Refereeing

Click here to register, please email events@kickitout.org with any access requirements or if you have any other questions about the day.

Both @kickitout and @KickItOutRYG will be sharing updates about the day on Twitter – get following today!

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