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This is an unpaid role although reasonable expenses may be claimed
Friends Provident Foundation
Multiple Locations
Unpaid, but essential expenses will be covered
Travel expenses and up to £5 reimbursed for lunch.
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Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Reasonable travel expenses covered
Job description

IntoUniversity is an award-winning education charity which provides local learning centres where young people are inspired to achieve, and we’re seeking enthusiastic and committed individuals to be part of our dynamic team as Youth Engagement Interns.

As an intern you will make a valuable contribution to the charity. Your role will be to help with the planning and provision of practical learning support and motivational, confidence-building activities for children and young people aged 7-18.  Successful applicants will volunteer at one of our education centres in Nottingham will play an important role in delivering and planning the innovative IntoUniversity programme. As part of this you may have the opportunity to become a mentor to one of our young people.

We target children and young people most at risk of failing to meet their potential to go to university due to economic, social, cultural, or linguistic disadvantage. At the heart of our programme is the belief that underachievement is best addressed in the context of a long-term pastoral engagement with young people where we can build their esteem and support their learning to enable them to reach their potential to go to university or realise another chosen aspiration.

You will be studying for or hold an undergraduate degree, be enthusiastic, energetic, flexible and able to exercise initiative. You should have passion and enthusiasm for the mission of our charity. These internships are ideal for people seeking to gain experience in developing programmes for young people in the charity sector.

As an IntoUniversity Youth Engagement Intern you will become part of the entire IntoUniversity team, take part in workshops introducing you to the charity and be able to draw on us for advice and guidance. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills and acquire experience of working with children and young people and developing engaging programmes for them with support from your centre team.

Please visit out website for further details on how to apply! 

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Posted on: 13 December 2019
Closing date: 12 March 2020
Tags: Social Care/Development,Teaching

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