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Are you interested in a career in museums?

Posted by on 10 August 2018

Download - Museum Project Overview

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Lofty Heights training opportunity

Posted by on 9 August 2018

Lofty Heights is a not-for-profit social enterprise that works with vulnerable groups to deep-clean houses, attics, and gardens to assist families in a fresh start and moving on with their lives. Please use the following link to find out more about Lofty Heights: http://www.lofty-heights.org/

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Cyber Security and Cyber Careers

Posted by on 9 August 2018

Cracking cyber security problems is the ultimate challenge…and also great job opportunity

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Youth Voice Census

Posted by on 30 July 2018

Could you support Youth Employment UK with the launch of their Youth Voice Census, a temperature check of how young people aged 14 - 24 are feeling on a range of issues related to employment. Youth Employment UK are the leading voice and experts on youth employment issues in the UK. They work to engage employers in quality youth friendly practice, provide young people the tools to explore and develop their skills and career options as well as providing a voice on policy.

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Make Your Mark 2018

Posted by Isaac Codjoe MYP on 19 June 2018

The Make Your Mark campaign, is an exciting opportunity for young people aged between 11-18, which enables them to decide on what your elected Members of the UK Youth Parliament should debate on. These points, that the majority of you decide to vote on from the ballot, will then be taken to the House of Commons for the MYPs to debate upon, thus giving them the points for their 2019 campaigns; which will then be pressed to the government for change to occur. Making sure you take part in the Make Your Mark campaign is so crucial, as it enables you to have a collective voice on a national level, and that voice does get heard! Last year alone,  954,766 young people took part and this year we need you to take part! Make sure your voice is heard and vote on one selected topic from the 22nd of August. Become a part of the movement and Make Your Mark!

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Eid Mubarak!

Posted by Risala Chowdhury on 19 June 2018

Eid Mubarak!

The blessed month of Ramadan has come to an end and Eid is right around the corner. However, that doesn’t mean to say that it’s over, but a start to a new journey. Now boys, you know it’s Eid when getting in the Barber’s chair is harder than getting in the presidential chair. But unfortunately, Eid isn’t all about money and Biryani, but more about charity (Zakat) and love. Charity that we give to the less fortunate and love between your beloved friends and family. The charity we give is to provide for the poor, so they can also celebrate this joyous occasion with us.

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Volunteering opportunities for 12+

Posted by on 6 June 2018

It's #VolunteersWeek 2018! Are you fed up with not being able to volunteer because you are too young? Don't fret because we have 5 volunteering opportunities for people 12 years old and over.

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Get Into Retail with Marks & Spencer - is back!!

Posted by on 4 June 2018

This Retail opportunity is for young people aged 16-25, Not in Education, Employment or Training (or working fewer than 16 hours a week) and interested in getting into work:

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#ToiletDoor Campaign

Posted by on 24 May 2018

We all know that speaking to someone about something that is worrying us and finding the information and support we need can help us before a situation gets worse. Young people in Suffolk have said that they would like better information on the emotional wellbeing support services available to them and they would like this information on the back of toilet doors because this is somewhere they can take down the information they need in private. With this in mind, a poster of local support services has been designed to be printed out and stuck up on the back of toilet doors- anywhere young people may be like schools, colleges, university, youth groups, sports centres and more. We are challenging you to print a load of posters, stick them up and share a pic on Twitter @SuffolkSAY #ToiletDoor

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