We are looking for volunteers to share their skills and knowledge in a cross-departmental competency surgery, giving 1:1 advice to other civil servants. We would like Grade 6 to Executive Officers with sifting experience to volunteer their time to help other …
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Hear all about a successful visit to a government office in Cambridge by primary school children, organised by Enabling Enterprise - and how you can volunteer for future events.
We are looking for a volunteer to work with a Lambeth school to help create a 6-week enrichment programme for students. The aim is to create a set of real-life scenarios for the Year 9 students that will help them to …
Devolution means the transfer of some previously centralised UK powers to the parliament and assemblies of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This session, led by Cabinet Office, will help you to discover more about the devolved administrations and why this is relevant …
Civil Service Local in the East of England is holding a new Discovery Session on Tuesday 26 January 2016 at Eastbrook, Cambridge in order to support greater cross-departmental working on Diversity and Inclusion - find out more!
The Brandon Trust are looking for volunteers in London to help in painting and decorating two large, shared houses, occupied by people with a learning disability.
Volunteering can make a real difference to the lives around you, whilst adding something great to your life and of course your CV! We want to ensure that Civil Servant volunteers who are thinking about giving some of their time …
We are looking for volunteers in Cambridgeshire to become 'digital champions' in the community who will support and encourage first time users of computers and the internet - which will help tackle social isolation and make a more inclusive digital society.
If you'd like to know more about how Parliament works, then why not sign up for one of our upcoming discovery sessions
Find out more about the Continuous Improvement Network in the East of England, including the details of our next meeting in November.
3 departments recently visited a Primary School in Luton to encourage students to be good citizens and raise higher job aspirations
The National Visitors Network are looking for volunteers to befriend older people who may be experiencing loneliness or social isolation.
Discovery Session: Managing Change. Come along to our session on Thursday 26th March at Land Registry, Peterborough and get thinking about how you and your colleagues can handle change more effectively.
Volunteer in a local primary school: we are looking to find civil servants that are willing to talk to groups of primary school children to give them a positive outlook on the world of work, relating it to your own job and experiences.
Discover Parliament: our latest session takes place in Peterborough on Tuesday 10 March and will give you an overview of the role of Parliament, and how the public can effectively engage with its processes. Places are limited so please book now.
Come to our Discovery session and hear from Simon How about the campaign to create a more dementia friendly society. 12 midday in Cambridge on Tuesday 17 March open to all civil servants.
Engaging our Schools is a programme of work to raise the aspirations of students, to encourage them to stay in education or prepare for the world of work. Volunteers aere needed to mentor the students or to lead these small projects teams to provide a great experience for both students and mentors.
The Operational Delivery Profession (ODP) are coming to give a presentation at Wingfield House, Portsmouth on Wednesday 3 December and Osprey House, Chelmsford on Thursday 4 December, which will help you understand it's relevance to your work.
Opportunities to volunteer in schools with The Skills Service.
Do you want to learn and develop? Do you want to try something different? We have a number of opportunities within our three areas in the east and south east corner of England, including London, that could be useful to you.
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