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  • Elevate – December jobs board
    11 December 2020

    Elevate provides  impartial advice to support 16-18 year olds (or up to 25 for SEND and care leavers) into employment, education or training. You can find their December jobs board here. They have also compiled a list of temporary Christmas jobs which can be downloaded here. Download a flyer with contact information for Elevate here.  

  • Community food over the holidays
    11 December 2020

    As this tough year comes to a close, we know that some Reading residents will be anxious about securing basic needs and providing for their families. The One Reading Community Hub will be live during the holidays and can be contacted on 0808 1894325 (free phone). In addition, there are community organisations and partners across ...

  • National Careers Service – transferable skills webinar on 15 December 2020
    10 December 2020

    The National Careers Service have an interactive webinar on Tuesday 15 December 2020 at 10.30am–12.30pm for anyone facing redundancy, unemployed or recently graduated. The webinar will explore how to transfer your skills to get into work or change to a new sector. To book your free place, complete the registration form here or you can email NCSBerkshire@adviza.org.uk. ...

  • Rise – films made by young people about loneliness, moving to high school and helping others
    10 December 2020

    Rise is a social action project funded by #iwill. Make Some Noise, a leading music charity in the West Midlands, worked with Cooperative Academy Students in Stoke-on-Trent to create three films about Loneliness, Moving to High School and Helping Others. The films are aimed at young people in Years 6 and 7 of school. There is ...

  • Update following the Trauma-Informed Reading conference
    10 December 2020

    The Trauma-Informed Reading Conference took place between 30 November and 7 December 2020 This year’s event successfully transitioned to a completely virtual format and included training, Q&A sessions and educational videos across 24 workshops. Colleagues from 37 organisations around the partnership booked onto 317 places, and 142 professionals took part. Initial feedback from the conference has highlighted: That ...

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