In association with the EBP South we have a number of volunteering opportunities for you to help and inspire young people in Havant, Fareham and Southampton either talking about your career or helping prepare them for interviews and job applications.
Many civil servants regularly improve the lives of people in communities across our region and this year’s Pride of the Civil Service North West Awards brought some of them together to recognise the help that these often ‘unsung’ heroes provide.
Apprentices from HM Revenue and Customs recently attended careers events at schools across the North East, Yorkshire and Humber to promote the Civil Service and the Fast Track Apprenticeship.
If you are available in the London area and have experience sifting job applications we’d love you to join our gang.
The Opportunity Wall is your brand new one-stop shop window for keeping track of Civil Service Local North West's volunteering opportunities. Updates to the Wall will be added to the blog over time as new opportunities become available. To use …
Could you make a difference to a young person’s life? Can you spare a couple of hours a week for approximately 6 weeks to help secondary school students, often in danger of dropping out of the system? Live or work in London area? If so we want you.
The ‘Going Forward’ project are recruiting new team members – join us to develop your skills, contribute to CS Vision and make a difference to the lives of people in our local communities.
We are looking for volunteers to share their skills and knowledge giving one to one advice to civil servants on competency writing at a Competency Surgery in London.
We launched the awards in July, we have been made aware of a few issues accessing the form therefore we have decided to extend the deadline...
Find out how you can inspire the next generation of young people in North Tyneside
The Junior Leaders Network is a fantastic opportunity to hear from successful civil servants, network and learn about different government departments, to be inspired, motivated and encouraged to succeed in making the Civil Service brilliant!
Jo Robinson, schools project lead for Civil Service Local, has been forging links with Department for Work and Pensions schools advisers across the Midlands.
I’m Hazel Nicholson, and I have joined Civil Service Local after they made me an offer I couldn’t refuse!
Doorstep Library are launching a second project in the Pimlico area and if you are passionate about books/literacy/equal opportunities/social justice and looking for a way to give back directly to your local community? This could be the project for you.
Wow, can you believe it’s over 3 months since our first ever Changing Horizons event in Blackpool! Since our last blog we’ve been busy evaluating the event and planning for our next ones… so watch this space! However, we promised to share some of our findings with you and this blog is all about our dedicated team of volunteers!
Julie Birkett from HM Land Registry took part in a fun scheme to raise the aspirations of primary school children in Blackpool, and tells us why she can thoroughly recommend it.
Following the success of a CS Local Academy project in 2016, Civil Service Local will once again be hosting the Pride of the Civil Service Awards in 2017. Allowing us to celebrate ‘Ordinary people doing Extraordinary things’
Find out how Civil Servants worked with local schools to raise awareness of the Civil Service.
Volunteers are needed to support an event for students at Myton Secondary School, Myton Road, Warwick. Can you help Year 11 pupils think about their next step in life?
Students from Blackpool’s McKee College House have just completed our Inspiring Young People programme at Peel Park.