Discover working with charities and not-for-profits

You’ve been to the Careers and Placements Fair and didn’t find the right employer for you?  All is not lost as we have a brand new Not-For-Profit Careers Fair on Tuesday 24th between 12 and 2pm in 3Sixty, RUSU.  This is focussed on careers for students want to make a difference. Continue reading

Get to the front of the line with Frontline’s ‘Diversity in Social Work’ Insight Day





Frontline is a brand new, accelerated, two-year programme for graduates with a focus on leadership development. This is an innovative opportunity for exceptional people to lead change in society. Frontline participants will work with police, courts, schools, vulnerable children and families as children’s social workers – one of Britain’s toughest jobs. To learn more about Frontline, visit their website HERE.

You will spend the day at our head office:

  • Developing your employment skills
  • Learning about Frontline and our impact on society
  • Networking with leaders from the Frontline community

When: 20th July 2016
Where: Frontline, 4th Floor, Kingsway, Holborn WC2B 6TD
Time: 10am – 4.30pm (Lunch will be provided)
Travel: We’ll reimburse reasonable travel expenses for this event at our discretion.

We welcome applications from all students, graduates and career changers from any degree discipline (except social work) or stage of university but particularly welcome applications from:

  • Men and Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds (BAME)*
  • Leaders who are passionate about making a difference
  • Challenge seekers who want to maximize their employability

We encourage candidates from these BAME backgrounds to apply: Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani, Chinese or any other Asian background, African, Caribbean or any other black background, White and Asian, white and black African, white and black Caribbean or any other mixed ethnic background

Apply now to find out where a career with Frontline could take you!

To apply choose 1 of the following questions and answer in no more than 300 words:

The biggest issue facing children or young people today is…And why?

Give an example of a time when you have made a positive contribution to society.  What was the outcome?

Why do you think it is important for children and young people who have experienced care to have positive role models?

Start your application here:

Applications open: Friday 22nd April
Deadline: Friday 20th May