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Executive Assistant at The Albert Kennedy Trust

The Albert Kennedy Trust (akt) have an exciting opportunity available for people with a background in administration who have a passion for equity for all. akt are looking for an Executive Assistant to support the Chief Executive with administration and work alongside them on a range of projects.

Job summary:
To provide administrative support to the Chief Executive (CEO), and other members of the senior management team and Trustees. The Executive Assistant will also work alongside the CEO on specific long and time limited internal and external focused projects.

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35 hours per week (28 hours per week pro rata will be considered)
Salary: 
£28,000 per annum
Location: 
Manchester (this role will initially involve remote working from home until government guidance changes); occasional travel to London office

Youth Development Team Leader at Youth Elements

Youth Elements promotes the development of social and emotional wellbeing in children, young people, and adults. Youth Elements deliver programmes, workshops and training that empower participants and raise their awareness, confidence, self-belief, resilience, and motivation.

Youth Elements are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual with a commitment and passion for positive change for children and young people.

Hours: 
12 hours per week
Salary: 
£13.85 per hour
Location: 
Greater Manchester
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Power2 wins £50,000 Movement for Good award

15 Oct 2020 - 14:10 by michelle.foster

power2Greater Manchester-based Power2 is one of ten charities to receive £50,000 as part of Ecclesiastical Insurance’s Movement for Good awards.

The awards, set up by specialist insurer Ecclesiastical, have seen a total of £1million given to charities across the UK this summer. 500 charities have already been awarded donations of £1,000 and now 10 charitable organisations will benefit from £50,000 grants.

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Our Future, Our Voices virtual summit

26 October, 2020 (All day) to 30 October, 2020 (All day)

Our Future, Our Voices is the International Youth Foundation’s virtual summit by, for, and with young people. Starting October 26, some of the world’s most innovative young women and men will gather to lead conversations about the future they want to create.

For five days, participants will engage with experts, learn new high-impact skills, build a professional network, and be inspired by a community of changemakers, leaders, and peers.

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The GM Youth Employment Fund

8 Oct 2020 - 09:56 by michelle.foster

prince's trustThe GM Youth Employment Fund is designed to pilot and test new approaches which will remove barriers to employment for young people. The Trust are specifically seeking proposals from organisations and consortia who can deliver innovative employability programmes that will help young people aged 16-25 in accessing employment or training.

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The Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable Young Migrants

1 Oct 2020 - 15:26 by michelle.foster

Not for profit organisations and private law firms working with vulnerable young migrants can apply for grants of up to £30,000. Grants will enable the organisation to undertake strategic legal work to benefit young migrants (under the age of 25) living in poverty who face significant disadvantage or discrimination in connection with their (or their parents') migration status. Average grant size is around £12,000.

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Virtual Mental Health Awareness Workshops for Young People

18 Sep 2020 - 15:07 by michelle.foster

manchester mindManchester Mind’s Young People’s Service Team can deliver Virtual Mental Health Awareness Sessions/Workshops free of charge via your preferred online platform e.g. zoom/teams for students and young people age 15-25 living in Manchester.

Events date: Tuesday 6, 13, 20 October (afternoon), online

The session aims to:

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BBC Young Reporter Competition 2020

18 Sep 2020 - 14:46 by michelle.foster

bbc young reporterThe BBC is looking for young people aged 11-18 who want to report on a story or issue which is important to their life or the world around them.

The Young Reporter Competition gives young people a unique chance to tell their story on TV, radio, online or on social media with the help of BBC journalists, producers and programme makers.

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Proud Futures Programme

17 Sep 2020 - 15:37 by michelle.foster

proud futuresThe Proud Trust is offering 16 young people the chance to go on an amazing skills and employment programme with us. The Proud Trust are also looking for adults who have skills to share to help them deliver the programme.

Are you LGBT+, aged 16-25, and not currently in employment, education or training?

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