Bloom are offering a part-time Sales and Marketing Internship for an enthusiastic individual
looking to build a career in sales and marketing. You’ll join Bloom at an exciting time, as
we’re just getting off the ground, and will be able to play a key role in helping to shape our
brand and develop our marketing strategy. You’ll be given real responsibility in the
business, and will have the opportunity to gain significant experience in a wide range of
Responsibilities can be tailored to your skills or areas of interest, but could include:
• Exploring new markets for Bloom’s catering services and working closely with the
Director to create a sales and marketing strategy to develop our customer base
• Brand development – supporting Bloom to establish and communicate its brand identity
• Developing our online presence across a range of social media and digital channels
• Design of printed marketing materials
• Photography of Bloom products and creation of an image gallery for use in marketing
• Events planning for key marketing and sales opportunities e.g. Lewisham People’s Day
Who Are We Looking For?
We’re looking for someone with a true passion for sales and marketing, who is seeking to
gain hands-on volunteering experience in a real business setting. You will be a self-starter,
who can bring plenty of creativity and inspiration to the role. You’ll be comfortable taking
direction and feedback, but will be able to work independently, bringing your own ideas
and initiative to the table.
• Demonstrable interest in sales and marketing
• The flexibility and creativity to work in a start-up business
• Willingness to perform a range of different tasks and try new areas of work
• Highly computer literate, including competence with Office software and experience with
using a range of social media platforms
• Passion for working in an organisation that makes a difference in the community
• An interest in the food and hospitality sector is desirable, but not essential
• Hours: Part-time, ideally one day per week working with the Director. Additional days of
independent working can be agreed, if desired.
• Location: Catford or Lewisham centre, to be agreed
• Expenses: Travel expenses within London and lunch expenses will be reimbursed
• This is a volunteer position
• Reference: Professional reference can be can be provided on completion of minimum one
month’s volunteering (4 volunteering days)
Last week we took a group of Year 9 students from Harris Academy Greenwich on a visit to the Houses of Parliament. The students went on a tour, visiting both the House of Commons and House of Lords. They learnt about the history of parliament as well as the day-to-day activities of MPs. The students then took part in a workshop which explored different ways to get involved in politics.
Read more about our schools programmes here and here
Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust have the pleasure of offering this unique opportunity for individuals to become Intelligence Officers at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office / Security Intelligence Service.
As an intelligence officer your focus will be gathering, analysing, delivering and utilising intelligence. Whether working with government departments, overseeing a targeting effort to develop an operation, meeting the agents overseas, or reporting the intelligence back to senior government Ministers you will be at the forefront of keeping this country safe and secure.
Full training, including conversational foreign language skills where required will be provided as your career develops. You will be given many opportunities to broaden your skills and the opportunity to move into management and operational leadership positions.
You will receive a competitive salary and additional benefits, including child care support during your training.
The qualities we are looking for:
Real evidence of achievement, both in an academic setting and supplemented with work/life experience
A sharp intellect and analytical capability with an ability to link disparate data in order to draw conclusions
Sound judgement and the capability to operate with great levels of independence.
A drive to acquire knowledge and an ability to absorb new learning across a diverse range of subjects.
Exceptional interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence. The ability to understand, interact and connect with a diverse range of people.
An interest in foreign culture is essential. Foreign languages and technology are both advantages.
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust are working in partnership with the Security Intelligence Service to diversify their talent pool, and therefore are particularly encouraging applicants from Black, Asian and Other ethnic minorities to apply.
please email your CV, and a recent photo together with a covering letter evidencing how you meet the qualities we are looking for above to: email@example.com
Should you be selected for the next stage, you will be invited to an information session, here at the Stephen Lawrence Trust where more information regarding the stage 2 application process will be provided.
We are currently recruiting for mentors for our Career Pathway programme.
The Career Pathway programme is designed to reduce many of the barriers young people face on their journey into work. By providing mentoring opportunities, we hope to enable disadvantaged young people to make informed decisions about their careers, set goals and develop their interpersonal skills.
We run two separate mentoring schemes that cater for different age groups:
The schools scheme is run in partnership with three schools in South East London. Mentors will be matched one-on-one with a student in Year 10 (aged 14-15) and a key focus for mentors will be helping their mentee to find a work experience placement.
The graduate scheme matches mentors one-on-one with a young person (aged 18 – 30), initiated via a speed mentoring session. A key focus is for mentors to support mentees to find volunteering placements and permanent employment.
Benefits for mentors:
Satisfaction in helping someone mature, progress, and achieve goals.
Achieve personal growth and learn more about yourself.
Engage in a volunteering opportunity, valued by employers.
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has partnered with the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE Bristol) to offer a unique bursary for a young person wanting to study towards a prestigious MA in Wildlife Filmmaking.
The UWE Bristol / BBC Wildlife Filmmaking Master course is a practical, one year MA, featuring masterclasses from industry leaders, practitioners and experts in the field and craft of wildlife filmmaking. As well as receiving the bursary the recipient will receive bespoke mentoring throughout and after the course.
In order to be considered for the bursary, you apply through UWE’s website and mark your application with “SLCT Bursary”.
We’ve also partnered with UWE to expand the Bursary Programme to their new MA in Creative Producing. UWE will kindly be offering two half Bursaries for the Programme
In today’s rapidly evolving creative and cultural industries, there is a growing need for talented producers who can apply their ideas and skills across existing and emerging platforms, and technologies to produce new kinds of experience design.
More Information about the course can be found here
In order to be considered for the bursary, you apply through UWE’s website and mark your application with “SLCT Bursary”
The Daily Mail, City University and the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust have teamed up to launch a bursary to help students from under-represented groups break into journalism.
Together we are looking to give two aspiring journalists the chance to learn the trade from the best. n You will receive a full fee scholarship for a postgraduate degree course starting in September 2017, support from City journalism academics, access to work experience at the Daily Mail, as well as professional mentorship from senior journalists.
You will also receive financial support for living expenses, rent and other costs while studying for the degree. n On completion of the MA, if you are successful you will be offered a place on the Daily Mail or MailOnline editorial graduate trainee scheme, where you will receive a 12-month paid contract.
You must be available to start in September 2017 and the course will last for 12 months, after which you will be considered for the Mail scheme.
Students interested in applying should email firstname.lastname@example.org, including a CV, examples of work and a personal statement of no more than 500 words. The closing date is Friday April 7 at 5pm.
Full details of the scholarship and application procedure can be found at the Department of Journalism website, at www.city.ac.uk/journalism