Hey everyone! It’s February and that means we have another young people’s opportunities board for you. This month, there are a lot of work and personal development opportunities for you to take advantage of.
Have a look through the opportunities below and see which ones interest you.
Do you have a genuine passion for being creative and working with young people? Langdon Park School are looking for an Art and Technology Technician to support the Faculty. They are looking for someone with experience and an interest in Art, Craft and Design who would enjoy working with our vibrant team and inspire our amazing students.
Click here to find out more.
Social Action for Health, a community-based health charity supporting people in East London who are most affected by health inequalities.
SAFH have three vacancies available with the Kickstart scheme, for young people who want to make a real impact, develop their skills, and gain work experience in the community and health sectors.
They are hiring for the following three roles, and are looking for enthusiastic young people with a willingness to learn:
Freelance Exchange is a 6-week course equipping emerging sole traders with practical skills and tools, an industry mentor, and peer network, to help make your side hustle your main hustle.
Hosted at the Good Growth Hub every Tuesday from 6.00-8.15pm for 6 weeks, from 22 February to 29 March 2022, this free course allows you to refine your pitch to businesses, hone your finance skills, connect with employers and other young professional freelancers – and access contracts with local businesses.
What you will get:
Please find details on how to apply here, application close on Monday 14th February.
Infrastructure design partners, NRP, working on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are advertising the following graduate level opportunities and inviting interest from candidates meeting our four borough local design requirements.
The roles are:
To apply, send your CV with a covering email to: firstname.lastname@example.org before 8th March 2022.
If you’re looking to take your career to the next level, the MOBO Help Musicians Fund can provide financial support to help you create music, develop your business skills and drive your career forward. The MOBO Help Musicians Fund exists to facilitate these opportunities for musicians making Hip Hop, Grime, R&B, Soul, music of African origin, Reggae, Jazz and Gospel.
Music creators can apply for financial support of up to £3,000 towards recording and releasing music; helping to build creative portfolios and get music out into the world. You could apply for financial support towards a new EP, a series of single releases, a marketing plan around new music or perhaps some content creation to accompany your release.
To help musicians build long-term, sustainable plans around their creativity, we also facilitate one-to-one advice sessions from professionals in the music industry on topics relevant to your career path.
When musicians are busy creating music, it can be challenging to listen to their bodies and notice when things aren’t quite right. As well as the above, supported artists will also receive a health consultation from a BAPAM specialist to talk through and address any issues.
Applications are open to UK musicians aged 18+ working in music of black origin. The MOBO Help Musicians Fund has a focus on independent music creators who are controlling one or more aspects of their career (e.g. self-managing, self-releasing, self-producing). You can be a solo artist, composer, group member, songwriter, producer or a multidisciplinary artist.
Click here to apply.
Resurgo is a charity that helps young people get into work and education. Resurgo can help you build your confidence, motivation and the vital skills you need to succeed!
Click here to find out more.