Guest blog written by Sarah Hoyle, York PhD student
Why work for a charity when you can set one up yourself?!
Do you have an idea that could be beneficial to society? Have you identified a need for your idea; a group of people or individuals that you can help? Is your idea not-for-profit? If the answer is yes to these three questions you are have the makings of a great charity!
It was in 2009 when I set up Together We Create. I set up the charity with the belief that young people could benefit their local communities if given the right skills and support. Prior to 2009 I had spent time working with young people of all ages running creative workshops in schools and community spaces, so I knew there was a demand and a possibility. Moreover I had a passion to make a change and a passion to give young people a voice.
- Date and time: 19 March, 12 – 5pm
- Venue: Senate House, University of London
Over 60 exhibitors. Free CV and application form feedback. Free presentation programme and expert advice.
Pre-register at: www.springfair.co.uk
There are lots of ways you can get help from Careers, and we have appointments available most days. However it’s not always necessary to book an appointment – depending on your situation you may be able to talk to a member of the information team first to help you get started, and then follow this up with an appointment with an adviser once you’ve had a chance to do some research or information gathering.
Here is a run down on the types of appointments we offer and how you can get the help you need…
Now is a good time to check your CV before those busy first few weeks of term and the autumn careers fairs…
If you haven’t applied for a job recently, the chances are that your CV is in need of updating. Employers at the autumn careers fairs are often prepared to accept a CV (and it’s a useful way of helping them to remember you), so make sure your CV is up-to-date and relevant to the employers you hope to visit at the fairs. Continue reading
This week’s Guardian live Q&A is a CV advice clinic. Thursday 23 August, between 1 pm and 3 pm. See http://careers.guardian.co.uk/cv-advice?CMP=
Finding a Job in Film & TV – Friday 1st June 13.30 – 15.00 / 1530 – 1700, The Carriageworks, Leeds
Are you looking to find your first job after finishing your university degree, or an internship in Film, TV or commercial production for the summer and struggling to know where to find those opportunities? Continue reading
In Week 8 we’re on the move and coming to a college near you!
We’ll be available to:
- answer your questions
- review your CV
- offer advice and guidance.
Come and see us anytime between 1.00 – 3.30pm at the following locations:
- Monday 13 June – Goodricke GCR
- Tuesday 14 June – Halifax JJ’s
- Thursday 16 June – Derwent JCR
- Friday 17 June – Vanbrugh JCR