Catching Lives’ 2017/18 Canterbury Community Shelter will be running from 1st December 2017- 28th February 2018.
Could you help people in your community who are lonely or isolated?
Our next Top 10 Feature on The CORE is the super-functional job search engine. Use this tool to search for jobs sourced by the Career Development team and opportunities from across the country powered by Indeed.
We’re already nearing the Easter weekend and Term 3 is just around the corner! Whether you’re wrapping up an assignment, revising for upcoming exams or working to save up funds for the summer, we figured that this calm before the storm was the best time to offer you some pearly pearls of wisdom. Save, bookmark or print for future reference!
In the very apt words of Bob Dylan, times certainly are changing.
50 years ago, no one would have thought about staring and tapping at a glass and metal block to look for and apply for jobs. But it’s 2017, times are changing, and the world of employment is changing with them.
The Royal Engineers Museum in Gillingham, is looking for volunteers for an upcoming exhibition ‘The Mechanicals’.
It’s Pancake Day next week, one of the most glorious days of the year. A day when eating pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner cannot be frowned upon and supermarkets are overflowing with chocolate sauce, lemon juice and sugar! As well as this, and marking the end of the month, we do want to flip your attention over to a few things that will be happening over the next 7 days and give a taste of things to come in March:
The Bandicoots is open to any 5-8 year old and aims to provide young people with a broad and diverse range of experiences and opportunities to support their holistic development.
To be able to operate we need fun and creative Play Leaders to help us deliver our aims and help turn our vision into a reality. Volunteers are needed to join the team so we can offer an exciting, safe and fun environment for the young people to be active, engaged and involved in activities.
We work hard to source the best and most relevant information, opportunities and jobs for you, as well as offering you support throughout the term (soon to be semesters). This is all to increase your knowledge and skill-set, and to ensure that you have the best chance of success, wherever you go after University. Once you leave the Uni it’s highly unlikely you’ll get the same opportunities so make the most of them while you can!
Canterbury Cathedral’s Schools department are seeking a Schools Outreach Liaison Volunteer to assist in engaging primary and secondary schools to participate in the Schools Outreach programme and Loans Box scheme of replica artefacts and associated learning materials for use in the classroom, inspired by Canterbury Cathedral’s heritage and the historic collections.