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Alternative careers spotlight series: Charityworks

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About Charityworks

Charityworks is a UK-based graduate programme specialising in the non-profit sector. As a graduate trainee, you would be placed in a partner charity or housing association in a full-time role. These range from front-line services, to research and strategy. Once or twice a month, you would come together with leaders and peers across the sector, discussing and debating key issues affecting your service-users and society overall.

What might a Charityworks graduate look like?

You will be the type of person who enjoys helping others. You are flexible, driven, and enthusiastic. You use your skills to have a positive impact on practice and have a real interest in the charity sector, keen to identify solutions for issues faced by organisations.

Gemma describes her role as a Network Data Coordinator at Mind…

“My role involves collecting and analysing data from over 120 local Mind organisations across England and Wales to understand the types of services they provide and the demographics of their staff, volunteers and service-users. This adds real value to the organisation by providing a greater understanding of the Mind network, and fundamentally works towards building a stronger network for future years.”

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