LGT Youth Internship

September 25, 2018

London Gypsies and Travellers are looking for a new Youth Intern. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your skills within LGT where we will find out what you’re interested in and develop the programme to suit you. The aim is to build your confidence and abilities, enabling you to tackle your future with a stronger set of skills and experiences to work with.

The Internship will last for 6 months initially with the chance to extend. You will be supported by the Bright Futures youth team and will support different members of the LGT team and really get involved with our projects, events and general day-to-day life as well as getting a taste of activism.

This opportunity is open to Travellers aged 16-25 and is a great way to learn how we work, to expand your skills and to get paid whilst doing it!

To find out more read the attached job description. If you have any questions about the role contact the office and ask to speak to the Youth team.

To apply send a CV and cover letter to info@londongandt.org.uk with the subject “Intern”. Closing Date: 12th October, 12 midday.

LGT Intern Job Description

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