The not-for-profit sector is comprised of a diverse range of subsectors. Everything from social services and health to education and sporting organisations fall under the category of not-for-profit. Because of this diversity, the sector needs graduates with a very broad range of skills and educational backgrounds to work in it – whether you’re a social care graduate or you hold a degree in business or arts, there is a place for you in the sector.
For Purpose provides opportunities in a wide array of career paths, from social care and fundraising & communications to roles in social housing. Graduate trainees receive monthly one-to-one mentoring sessions from expert mentors throughout the course of their traineeships. The programme provides you with the skills, support and connections to grow in your career and develop your leadership potential!
For Purpose graduates trainees attend roundtable sessions covering a broad range of themes throughout the year. 2019 roundtables will cover areas including the importance of strategic planning and the role of the not-for-profit sector in addressing societal challenges. The roundtables also offer a chance for trainees to come together and network with peers. Our 2019 roundtable hosts to date include:
We will be announcing more roundtable hosts over the course of the year, so watch this space!
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