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Senior Business Volunteers Wanted: Become an Enterprise Adviser!
All About STEM are looking for senior business volunteers to work closely with a local school or college to develop a careers plan that puts opportunities with local employers at the heart of a young person’s education.
Being an Enterprise Adviser can be incredibly rewarding.
It’s a great opportunity to:
• use your experience and network to inspire young people and improve their chance of getting a job
• address skills gaps in the local and national job market
• deepen your connection to the local community
• build your company’s reputation
• develop your own interpersonal and strategy skills
As part of the role you will:
• work with a head teacher or careers team to develop a careers strategy that gives students multiple opportunities to get to know the world of work,
• share your insights about job opportunities and the key skills that local and national businesses need
• use your network to open doors and create more work encounters
Throughout your time as an Enterprise Adviser you will be supported by Dave Armson, our Enterprise Coordinator.
Enterprise Advisers are people like you. They come from many different walks of life, sectors and professional backgrounds.
The most effective Enterprise Advisers are:
• business professionals who care about inspiring young people to achieve their potential
• enablers who are comfortable advising and collaborating with head teachers and careers teams
• networkers who enjoy bringing the right people together
• able to give up to a maximum of eight hours of their time a month
For more information contact [email protected].
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