Could you benefit from the support of bright and motivated University of Birmingham students?

This ‘virtual placement’ offer just in, from the University of Birmingham:

Could you benefit from the support of bright and motivated University of Birmingham students?

Placement students from the College of Arts and Law at the University of Birmingham can help your organisation in a host of ways through the Professional Skills Module, which co-ordinates 70-hour work placements running from June-December.

Our students are keen to work with charities, social enterprises, start-ups and SMEs as they get more exposure and responsibility. We are seeking virtual roles, with a dedicated project or research focus and remote supervisory guidance. The extra capacity and support you gain will help towards the students’ degree.

What could you achieve with the energy, creativity, writing and research skills of some of our brightest minds during these challenging times?

Download the PDF for further details

Or send mail to Lesley Griffiths, Placements Officer

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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