If you are aged 16 to 25, are currently not in employment, education or training and are interested in a career in retail, a free four week training programme is available with TK Maxx. You will learn about customer service and the roles within TK Maxx; get on-the-job training in a TK Maxx store; get regular feedback and guidance via a dedicated buddy; improve your presentation and communication skills; and boost your confidence, interview skills and CV. There is also the opportunity and support to apply for a job at TK Maxx following the completion of the programme.
To be eligible for the programme you will need to attend an Information Session on Tuesday 13th October and a Taster Day on Thursday 15th October. The four week programme will run from 19th October to 13th November in Reading, Reading Gate, Slough, Farnborough, Basingstoke, Windsor, Camberley and Maidenhead. Travel expenses will be reimbursed and lunch provided for the duration of the programme.
To register your interest, or for more information, contact Rosie Harman on 07436 582311 or email email@example.com
A 6 months paid Projects Internship is available with Stopgap Dance Company. The job is for 30 hours per week and is based at the Farnham Maltings. It pays £5.30/£6.70 per hour dependent on age.
Applicants must be aged between 18 and 24 and be currently claiming JSA as this is part of The Creative Employment Programme – a fund to support young people wishing to pursue a career in the arts.
The main areas of work are to support the Creative Learning Manager and Community Dance Development Officer with the organising and planning of projects; liaison with workshop bookers and completion of paperwork; creating information packs for dancers; risk assessment; occasional support for the teaching team; and being the main point of contact for workshop enquiries.
The post requires excellent organisational skills; the ability to plan, prioritise and meet deadlines; excellent attention to detail; computer literacy; being confident and articulate in written letters and blogs etc; and being calm and efficient.
The closing date is 9.00 am on Friday 16th October. To apply for this role please email your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Keen photographers are encouraged to get their cameras out and get snapping their favourite parts of Farnborough to be in with a chance of their photos being included in the town's first ever charity calendar.
To enter, photographers should simply send in their favourite photos of the town throughout the seasons. It could be a picture of their favourite building, monument, garden, park or scene. Entries should be received by no later than Friday 16th October. The 12 winning images will then be included in the 2016 calendar.
The 2016 calendar will go on sale in November priced at £5.00. All profits will be donated to the Mayor of Rushmoor's chosen charity, Mike Jackson House, which offers support and accommodation to service leavers.
For more information visit http://www.rushmoor.gov.uk/article/8813/Remember-the-first-Farnborough-calendar-competition-is-open
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