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Games Makers: What is the Olympic Legacy for BME Volunteers?

by Samantha Reeve, Policy Officer, Voice4Change England

Almost a year has passed since the Olympic games. Nearly a whole year since Jess Ennis, Mo Farrah,  and Laura Trott won Gold Medals. But perhaps most importantly, this.

 

Not just a woman armed with a loudhailer - there is no denying that the 70,000 volunteers turning out to make the games happen, many of whom from BME backgrounds were the ‘Games Makers’ at the heart of the Olympic’s success.

V4CE welcomes new intern to the team

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Student Yasmin Begum was welcomed this week as the new member of the V4CE team, appointed under the V4CE internship programme. 
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Student Yasmin Begum was welcomed this week as the new member of the V4CE team, appointed under the V4CE internship programme. 

Voice4Change England are offering a paid internship for BME young people - (Now Closed)

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V4CE are looking to recruit a paid intern for a leading national BME infrastructure organisation. The paid internship will run for 5 months from the beginning of August to end of December and will be for a maximum of 24hrs a week (days/times are reasonably flexible) and the rate of pay will be at the London Living wage (£8.55).      
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V4CE are looking to recruit a paid intern for a leading national BME infrastructure organisation. 

The paid internship will run for 5 months from the beginning of August to end of December and will be for a maximum of 24hrs a week (days/times are reasonably flexible) and the rate of pay will be at the London Living wage (£8.55).

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