PracticeAccounting FirmsNorfolk firm boosts school intake to seven

Norfolk firm boosts school intake to seven

Mapus-Smith & Lemmon recruits seven school leavers onto its books

Norfolk firm
Mapus-Smith &
Lemmon
has recruited its largest ever number of school leavers.

The firm welcomed seven to its training programme.

Partners Paul Farrow and Jason Hall joined the firm as school leavers,
training first as accounting technicians and then as chartered accountants.

Senior partner Michael Jay said: “We have recently participated in a careers
workshop at Downham Market College to show students the very real opportunities
involved with a career in accountancy.”

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