The management team of the National Trust at Bodiam Castle in East Susses has advertised a unique opportunity for one or two students to enrich their knowledge and understanding of how museums or heritage bodies work.
They are looking for students to become members of the Bodiam Advisory Committee, taking a role in decision-making about the Castle and experiencing first hand how the National Trust works with inherited bodies.
Any student interested in a future within museums or heritage will gain enormous insights into the way heritage charities work with trustees and similar bodies. For example, they will gain first-hand understanding of the pressures to conserve and protect the built and landscape environments, whilst also raising necessary funds to carry out such work.
The committee helps the National Trust protect the castle, given to the nation by Lord Curzon. Bodiam is a fascinating site, which, as well as being a fourteenth-century moated castle, includes within its landscape evidence of a key Neolithic, then Roman, then Medieval, cross roads; a Roman Fort; and evidence of medieval fish and Mill ponds. Its wharf area was once a thriving port and it is still possible to travel by boat to Bodiam Castle.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Dr Michele Moatt at Michele.Moatt@nationaltrust.org.uk with your CV and a statement of interest.
Kent Police are holding a careers evening on Tuesday 27 February at the police college in Maidstone.
You’ll have the chance to speak to their staff and recruitment team, and explore the range of opportunities available, including:
- Police officer
- Digital Forensics
- Public Protection Unit
- Designated Detention Officer
- IMU Investigator
- Call handlers and dispatchers
- Police staff roles
- IT roles
- Kent Special Constabulary
- Criminal Justice
- Central Process Unit
- Police Community Support Officer
Presentations will also be running throughout the evening covering police officer and special constabulary recruitment. If you’re interested in coming along then please register your interest today.
Tuesday 27 February 2018
Kent Police College (Coverdale Avenue, Maidstone, ME15 9DW)
Time slots available between 5pm to 8pm.
For more information, head to https://www.kent.police.uk/jobs-recruiting-now/recruitment-careers-evening/
Creative Access have announced the details of their forthcoming Creative Industry Showcase taking place on 15th February 2018 at Channel 4 headquarters, from 6-8pm. Hosted by the BBC’s Anita Rani, this free event will include a panel discussion and networking with professionals from TV, publishing, theatre, PR and more. You can find out about the event here.
This event is a great opportunity for students from BAME backgrounds to learn about the wide range of career opportunities that are available in the creative industries.
Saturday 3 February, 10am-2pm, Augustine House, Canterbury Campus
Discover the wide range of postgraduate teacher training courses and the different routes you can take to become a teacher.
From 10am–2pm, you can:
- Speak to our expert tutors
- Learn about the application process
- Gain information about fees and bursaries
- Hear a range of talks, including the different routes into teaching.
To book a place at the open day, head to Christ Church’s website.
The Princess of Wales’ Royal Regiment and the Queen’s Regiment Museum – based inside Dover Castle – have several volunteering opportunities available, to work with their staff as a Collections Assistant or a Museum Assistant.
These roles are excellent opportunities for any students interested in a career in the museums and heritage sector to gain some invaluable experience of working in a busy museum. Training will be provided, and travel costs to and from Dover Castle will be provided by the museum (applicants may also be eligible to receive funding from the University’s Experience of Work bursary scheme).
For more information, download the role descriptions below. To apply, email the Assistant Curator, Catherine Holt, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enactus Kent is a student organisation which creates volunteer projects that are environmentally and economically sustainable, to solve problems in communities around the world.
We are a part of Enactus, an international non-profit organisation aimed at university students, in order to make a difference in the community while developing skills to become socially responsible leaders. Currently, Enactus has 70,000 students spread across 36 countries working on nearly 5000 projects a year.
At Enactus Kent, we are working to solve problems in 3 different countries through our 4 volunteer projects:
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HM Treasury Open Day
We’re pleased to invite you to our Graduate Open Day on Monday 2 October. This event is an opportunity for students to learn more about the work of HM Treasury and what it’s like to work here as a graduate. They’ll be able to see our historic offices in Whitehall and meet our staff – both graduates and senior Treasury leaders.
This event will be of particular interest to those who are finishing their course in 2018 and considering applying to our graduate programme this year, but we also welcome students who are interested in applying to HM Treasury in future years.
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POSTGRADUATE ROUTES INTO TEACHING OPEN DAY
Saturday 14 October 2017, 10am–2pm Augustine House, Canterbury Campus
Come to our Open Day and explore the different routes you can take to become a teacher.
During the event you can:
- Speak to our expert tutors
- Gain information on our range of courses
- Learn about the application process
- Hear talks on a range of subjects, including different routes into teaching, fees and bursaries.
To book a place at this Open Day, go to https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/campaigns/thinking-about-teaching.aspx
Canterbury Cathedral have announced some new volunteer opportunities, to work with their team on a range of projects:
- Community Engagement Ambassadors
- Oral history volunteers for The Memories Project
- Black Prince Conference Registration and Welcome volunteers and Conference Assistant and Engagement volunteers
To find out more and to apply, click here . Details of each opportunity are below.
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The Network is a FREE intensive introduction to working in the TV industry, run by the world’s leading TV festival. If you’re looking to start a career in television, this is the scheme for you. You don’t need to have had any experience of working in television BUT you will have to demonstrate that you LOVE TV.
Earn one of the 60 places on The Network and you’ll spend 4 days in Edinburgh learning practical TV making skills from top programme makers, giving you a taster of what it’s really like to work in television. Mingle with the cream of the British TV industry and make loads of new contacts, whilst working with the teams behind shows like A Question of Sport, Sky News, Holby City and Blue Peter. You’ll also be paired with an industry mentor, and get access to exclusive alumni events and job placements.
The Network 2017 takes place 22 – 25 August 2017. Find out more by reading our FAQs or watching the video above, then click here to start your application.