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The WFTV Mentoring Scheme London are searching for women who have more than 5 years experience working in TV, Film, Digital Production or Business roles.

Selected candidates will receive six hours of mentoring contact with an experienced industry figure. They will also be able to attend many seminars, training workshops and networking opportunities.

It’s a great way to expand on your career!

Want to find out more? Here’s the link:

Deadline for applications is 31st July, Midnight.



Visible Women Campaign has partnered with Deloitte (One of the BIG 4 accounting firms) to give female undergraduates, in their first or penultimate year of university with a “A” or “B” in GCSE Maths and English (or you can demonstrate good numeracy skills) the opportunity to be mentored by females from Deloitte!!!

What you will gain:

  • Guidance in choosing a career path and identifying interests and strengths
  • Unique opportunity to be in the professional setting.
  • Insight into working at Deloitte and the opportunities available to women within the industry

Just what you need before going to your final year or second year of university! It takes three simple steps…

1. Send us your CV
2. Send us your Cover Letter (Stating why you want to to be mentored, your interest in the sector/industry, the skills/attributes you have)
3. Send both of the above documents to with the subject “Deloitte Mentoring CV/Cover Letter

The deadline is 9th May. CV and Cover Letter will still be considered by
mid-night 10th May… HURRY!!!

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City Year London are looking for new ‘corps members.’

What do you do as a ‘corps member’?

Young people, known as “corps members”, spend 12 months:

  • working in schools as tutors, mentors and role models;
  • leading in-school and after-school programmes and community projects; and
  • receiving training and support linked to both their service in schools and leadership after City Year.

Who’s ‘City Year’?

City Year brings together young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service giving them the skills and opportunities to change the world.

The organisation exists in 20 U.S. cities and Johannesburg, South Africa, and has been running for 23 years. We are in our first full year in London, with 60 young people completing their year of service in East London primary schools between September 2010 and June 2011.

What’s in it for me?

  • In-depth experience working with children
  • Mentoring, support with professional networking and personal development
  • One day per week dedicated to leadership development
  • £100 per week for expenses and subsistence costs
  • Citizen Service Award of up to £1000
  • Travel expenses covered for all City Year London work
  • Training on project planning and management
  • ‘Leadership after City Year’ alumni programme
  • Free Timberland boots and uniform

What skills do I need?

  • Be passionate about improving the lives of young Londoners
  • Aged between 18 and 25
  • Have the ability to work as part of a team
  • Be ready to dedicate 11 months to full time volunteering between September 2011 and July 2012
  • Live in Greater London
  • Have or be working towards a minimum of grade A-C English GCSE or equivalent (Level 2) NVQ
  • Agree to a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check
  • Eligible to live and work in the European Union

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