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2024-25 Jack Petchey Internship Programme Roles

The Jack Petchey Internship Programme is designed to give young people a flying start in the youth sector. It aims to support dynamic young individuals on their first step towards being the sector’s future leaders.

Interns receive a full salary, a training bursary of £1,000, six professional development workshops delivered by experts on topics such as how to manage a work-life balance, as well as access to a personal mentor to help them grow in their skills.

Please find below up to 31 internship opportunities starting in March 2024 listed in order of closing date. Please take note of the various deadline dates for applications. Recruitment is taking place directly through the individual youth organisations and not the Jack Petchey Foundation. Click the links for more details and instructions on how to apply.

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Leap Confronting Conflict  Fundraising and Communications officer (Internship)


Leap is the UK’s only youth charity specialising in conflict navigation. We have over 30 years of experience building and delivering training programmes informed by social-emotional learning theory, which increase empathy, responsibility, self-confidence, and resilience. We are excited to share a rare opportunity to join our small but mighty team of changemakers whilst developing your skills and confidence to pursue a career in the charity sector.  Reporting to the Head of Business Development, you will play a key role offering dynamic support across the income and communications team, including: creating content for social media, our website and marketing channels, supporting the retention and stewardship of existing funders through excellent communications and engagement; supporting the development of new funder relationships and income streams; managing day to day correspondence and enquiries; and researching prospective funders and funding opportunities.

Closing date: 19/02/24

To apply, click here

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