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 … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Setting up a charity
Top tips to find funding for internships, overseas work experience and travel this summer
Many students are planning to get some work experience this summer - some will work in the UK, others will go overseas to find work experience, take part in a volunteering project or travel. Funding for these opportunities (especially if you undertake unpaid work experience) is often the biggest stumbling block - so if you … Continue reading Top tips to find funding for internships, overseas work experience and travel this summer
GUEST BLOG: Using your degree in the charity sector
Guest blog written by: Tara Protheroe, graduated in English Literature from York in 2012, currently in the first year of the CRUK's Fundraising and Marketing Graduate Scheme. From English Literature to Cancer Research UK Returning to the University of York last week, it seemed the campus hadn’t changed since my 2012 graduation. The ducks are … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Using your degree in the charity sector
Career options in charity fundraising: live Q&A
This Thursday's Guardian live Q&A looks at career options in charity fundraising: What is it like to be a fundraiser? What skills do you need? Routes into this sector Qualifications and professional development Thursday 22 November, 13:00 - 15:00. http://careers.guardian.co.uk/charity-fundraising-career?CMP
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