Volunteers and Friends of GT Scholars – Volunteer speakers needed!

Volunteers and Friends of GT Scholars – Volunteer speakers needed!

Friends of GT Scholars Volunteers

A new month brings new opportunities at GT Scholars! Our first event for the month has been finalised, and we are also looking to make our school partnership team bigger as we continue to widen our reach. Read on for more details.

Would you like to be on our Career Day panel?
Our annual GT Scholars Career Day will take place on Saturday, 16th March 2019 at Goldsmiths University from 10am to 4pm. We are looking for volunteers to inspire young people by sharing career success stories and helping to shed some light on the different career options available to them. If you would like to join our panel of speakers please get in touch with us.

School partnership managers needed
We are looking for a School Partnership Manager to join our team. If you have excellent presentation skills and some experience working in the education sector, we’d like to hear from you. The School Partnership Manager will be responsible for meeting with school leaders and parents to discuss and pitch our programmes as well as deliver presentations at schools across London. You can find out more about this role here or you can drop us an email with your CV.

Communication skills for tutors and mentors
We have a fresh blog post for volunteer tutors and mentors which is all about communication skills! Good communication is central to working with young people as it fosters trust. When they trust that you have their best interests at heart, they will feel supported and be able to reach their full potential. You can read the full post here.

GT Scholars is a not-for-profit social enterprise and registered charity. Our after-school tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programme is designed to help young people aged 11-18 achieve their academic and career aspirations. Visit our website if you’d like to know more about the GT Scholars Programme and how you can make a significant difference in young people’s lives.