Work Experience Programme
During 2009 and 2010 UCL Advances co-ordinated the UCL work experience programme where UCL graduates were placed for 6-8 week assignments within companies.
The programme was beneficial to businesses who wanted to benefit from access to UCL students and students who wanted to work in an entrepreneurial, SME and social ventures business.
After co-ordinating over 60 successful internships during the summer of 2009, UCL Advances received further funding for an additional work experience programme that began in March 2010.
The aim of the programme was to provide graduated UCL students with valuable work experience that enabled them to develop transferable skills and better equip them for the challenging labour market they were heading into. The graduates attended a three day boot camp, in which they were taught fundamental business practice by lecturers from UCL and London Business School, before being placed on an eight week assignment at a firm complimenting their academic studies and aspirations.
The Work Experience Programme ended in August 2010 and over 100 students were successfully placed.
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UCL Additions is a social networking site that links UCL with businesses and entrepreneurs. Businesses and entrepreneurs can post work experience and internship opportunites and identify potential candidates amongst students and graduates who have registered their interest in these types of opportunities.
So, whether you are a business or entrepreneur looking for an intern or a student or graduate looking for work experience opportunities, visit www.ucladditions.com and register now.
Volunteer Ambassadors needed for ‘Citrus Saturday’
UCL Advances are recruiting UCL volunteers for their new pilot project – Citrus Saturday. They will be working with Camden based Secondary schools, and are looking for UCL students to take the role of a mentor and supervisors of teams of school students who’ll be producing and selling their own lemonade. You do not need experience as training will be given – the main thing is that you have an interest in working with children, entrepreneurship, business coupled with confidence, commitment and drive!!!
You’ll need to be free on the 2nd of June for the Citrus
Saturday info session. Also, on the 16th, 17th, 18th, 25th of June and
2nd July (Citrus Saturday). If you don't already have a CRB (Criminal
Record Bureau) check, you’ll also need to get one done through the
Volunteering Services Unit.
This is a great chance to play a part in this exciting new
entrepreneurial project. UCL Advances is the centre for entrepreneurship
and business interaction at UCL – so it’ll also be a great name to have
on your CV! We’ll also provide a reference for all volunteers.
The Discovery Internship Programme 2011
The Internship Programme at Discovery is designed to offer
undergraduates and/or post graduates 3 months hands on work experience
with us over the Summer break (June - September), with a view to us
identifying potential employees of the future. Discovery Networks is the
world’s number-one non-fiction media company reaching more than 1.5
billion cumulative subscribers in more than 170 countries. Discovery
empowers people to explore their world and satisfy their curiosity
through 100-plus worldwide networks.
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