With A-level and GCSE results day fast approaching, the Council is hosting a careers fair aimed at 16-20 year olds on Thursday 30 August.
The Council’s careers fair will be dedicated to helping pupils, who may not have received the results they were expecting, to develop a practical plan about what they want to do moving forward.
There will be stalls from more than 20 training providers who will be on hand to talk about opportunities in fashion, construction, art, hospitality, horticulture and media.
The fair will be held at Hackney Town Hall between 12pm-4pm.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 8356 5700.
Learn skills to make you more employable from industry leading professionals
If you missed out on the last employability workshop then you can register for the next one on Wednesday 22 July.
Corporate volunteers from internationally renowned law firm, LinkLaters will be holding an insight day for selected Hackney residents.
This will be a fantastic opportunity to learn from experienced professionals who will be hosting CV and cover letter writing workshops and a ‘social media hygiene’ session, covering platforms from LinkedIn to Instagram.
This is an action packed day where you will learn the skills to help you on your job search and lunch will be provided on the day!
Job of the week
Project Officer, Adult Services,
Full time – closes 12 August
American Musical Theatre Academy
Term time office assistant required. This is a great opportunity for parents looking for a flexible role. £10.50 an hour and 37.5 hours a week. To apply, send your CV to: email@example.com
Hackney Opportunity Hubs
Homerton Opportunity Hub – this service is temporarily located at:
6a Rectory Road
Hoxton Opportunity Hub
137-139 Bowling Green Walk
Corner of Pitfield Street
Woodberry Down Opportunity Hub
Redmond Community Centre
Hidden Rivers Festival Volunteer – Friends of Woodberry Down
This is a great role if enjoy talking to people and want to help support a small local community organisation. We’re seeking friendly, enthusiastic volunteers to help run our stall.
Hackney Matters residents panel
If you live or work in Hackney you can earn points and prizes for sharing your opinion on important local issues through the online residents panel Hackney Matters
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