Tag: volunteering

Legal work experience with the National Trust

          The National Trust is a charity which looks after places of historic interest and natural beauty for ever, for everyone. The Trust owns over 775 miles of coast line, 250,000 hectares of countryside and 3620 listed buildings (including mansion houses, castles, farms, villages, holiday homes, pubs and a gold mine). …

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Improve your CV with these 4 volunteering ideas!

This post has been provided by a third party – please read our disclaimer. The summer break is a great time to reflect on how you have developed during the last academic year and how you want to improve your career prospects outside of your degree. You may already have some work experience lined up, …

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My RED Award Experience

My RED Award Experience by Arianna Chatzidakis Although the RED Award may sound like a lot of work, it’s actually super easy and fun to complete! I am currently in the process of doing it for the second time. Yes, fifty hours of extra curricular activities does seem daunting, but once it’s broken down it’s …

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The many perks of festival volunteering

It can’t be denied that volunteering experience is an essential and worthy addition to anyone’s CV, especially for graduates. A recent Timebank survey stated that 73% of employers would recruit a candidate how has volunteered, over one without, while a staggering 94% also believe that volunteering can improve your current skill set. Of all the …

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