Voluntary work is certainly a cracking way of totting up some work experience. But sometimes it doesn’t always relate to the career path you want to pursue. There is a way you can do your bit for society and get some experience using a few skills relevant to your dream job sector…
If you’re fed up with searching online for work experience, you could try a slightly different method that could allow you to support a charity in the process!
FCancer is a social platform that allows you to offer your skills to cancer charities. If you’re looking to add to your CV with experience in anything from writing and editing, communications, animation or photography, to even things like computer engineering, then this could be a chance. And it’s for a good cause!
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