It’s a tough job market out there. Many young people are faced with the same problem – employers need people with experience. How do you get this experience without getting a job? How do you get a job without experience?
Volunteering is a great way to get experience and add to your skills but how do you demonstrate that to prospective employers?
The Intellectual Property (IP) rests AND REMAINS with the applicant for projects supported by Nominet Trust. THIS INCLUDES IP GENERATED WITH NOMINET TRUST FUNDING. The only restrictions we have around IP are part of our funding agreement and state that projects we support are BOUND not to infringe the copyright or other intellectual property rights of any third party as part of their work.
iPads can be used in guided reminiscence sessions to give a more enhanced personal experience to care home residents. When I'm out and about, if I happen to spot something happening in places of historical interest, I film it on the iPad (keeping it as still as possible). Then, when I meet people who may have spent time in that place, I show them the footage.
I filmed a couple of minutes of the ship The Balmoral coming into port at Bristol harbour entrance last week.
A new database of evidence from The SROI Network, about the work of organisations promoting social change aims to enhance learning and enable appropriate resource allocation
Data that makes a difference Organisations working for social change need access to appropriate evidence in order to allocate resources effectively, and to account for the difference their work makes, the value of that work or the impact they are having.
Middlesex University are developing a personalised mobile app that aims to build bridges between young offenders and their youth workers to help tackle the issue of youth crime
Effective interaction A team led by Middlesex University and including Royal Holloway, University of London is developing a personalised mobile app that aims to build bridges between young offenders and their youth workers to help tackle the issue of youth crime.
This is the first of a three part blog post looking at the three 'classic' challenges in evaluation: measurement, attribution and aggregation. Each blog post starts with a brief summary of the challenge, and then concentrates on trying to offer a different way of looking at the challenge and the issues that surround it. At the end of each blog post I hope to offer some practical tools or ideas that could be used by organisations seeking to effect change.