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Why we exist; Knowing the graduate job market

 We regularly consult graduates to find out whether our service is meeting their needs. We ask about training topics, their experience of the employment that they may be in and how they feel about improvements that could be made to what we currently offer. Of the 303 graduates that responded to our latest survey, 36% were unemployed.  Our fundamental purpose

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Guest blog: Sustainability equals employability by Ecorys

 We are delighted to feature in the article below that features one of our Leonardo Project Officers, Tim Hall, and describes what CAUK does for youth unemployment: Sustainability equals employability http://llpukecorys.com/2013/11/08/sustainability-equals-employability/ As a fresher in 2009 studying a BA in Fine Art the prospect of going to University was not just a rewarding opportunity, but a safety net as the economy

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Passion for sustainability and the environment is more than just reading and writing about it – it’s about doing something positive!…

Energize Worcestershire is an exciting new project to deliver energy efficiency improvements and promote behaviour change in Worcester University student digs. Dan Curry, Energy and Affordable Warmth Consultant at Change Agents, will be offering technical support to the newly appointed (through Change Agents) project manager throughout the 2 year period, but was also invited to submit a blog on employability as part

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Supported Interns in Bristol Create Centre

Change Agents UK in partnership with the University West of England have placed 4 recent Graduates to work as a part of an intern network in Bristol. ‘Change Agents UK Supported Interns’ are based in the Bristol Create Centre and the programme is designed to enable small and medium sized environmental organisations to maximise the potential of interns and recent graduates for

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The Leos are all set to jet off …

Article written by Liam Williams, our summer volunteer: August saw the Leonardo Mobility Programme’s first ever residential induction – two days of camping, activities and lots of networking for the 29 graduates who will start their European placements later in September. Though the main aim of the induction was to inform the participants about some important practicalities, from travel and

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