Voluntary Internships 2017

The CLIC Sargent Voluntary Internship Programme for 2017 is now open for applicants! From September to December you have the opportunity to develop your skills and have a meaningful impact on our work. Join our fight for young lives against cancer.

Voluntary Internships 2017

It couldn't be easier to apply for one of our internships. Simply look through our roles in Bristol and London below, choose the role that's right for you and apply by sending a completed application form and your CV to internships@clicsargent.org.uk by Monday 31 July 2017.

”I loved that the (internship) programme offered a variety of opportunities, which included developing skills and attending workshop days."

Libby, 2016 Intern

Bristol

Information Management Project Intern

Managing risk at CLIC Sargent is core to delivering our service to children, young people and their families. As our Information Management Intern you will use your IT, analytical and communication skills to develop a system and processes to manage and monitor our risk assessments. You’ll have the chance to develop your business process skills as well as opportunities to learn more about the health and safety industry. Are you up for the fight? 

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Download the application form and apply by Monday 31 July 

Online Auction Campaign Intern

As our Online Auction Campaign Project Intern you’ll be getting your hands on your own project to support the Online Retail Team in preparation for a key fundraising campaign. You’ll be a key part of ‘Get in Character’ which helps to raise thousands of pounds each year for our fight for young lives against cancer. So bring your great research skills and passion and get in touch. 

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Download the application form and apply by Monday 31 July

London

Brand Toolkit Intern

Join our dynamic and creative Brand Team and help us role out our new brand. It’s been an incredible time for the charity, and we now need a great intern to continue this success! Your research project will be crucial to communicating our brand externally. We’re after an independent go getter to enthusiastically lead this project, so if that sounds like you, get in touch.

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Download the application form and apply by Monday 31 July

Internal Communications Project Intern

This internship is the perfect opportunity for someone interested in communications to manage a project which will help improve communications literacy and engagement across the charity. The project will involve working closely with teams from across the organisation and support us in our One Team value. We’ll make sure you are fully supported throughout and give you the opportunity to challenge yourself and learn about the charity sector. 

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Download the application form and apply by Monday 31 July

Policy & Influencing #Cancercosts Campaign Intern

CLIC Sargent’s #Cancercosts campaign will be gearing up over the summer and in the lead up to the Government’s Autumn Statement. We’re looking for an intern who will get stuck into the campaign and make a real impact on our work to achieve meaningful policy change for the families we work with. So bring your skills, passion and energy to the table and we’ll support you to get the most out of our internship programme.

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Download the application form and apply by Monday 31 July

Family Experience Pathway Project Intern

This internship is one of our most exciting yet! With the chance to directly impact on our services, our Services – Challenge, Support and Improve Team are looking for an analytical intern with experience of managing data. Your work will be influencing decision making and ultimately inform the future development of our services.  Are you up for it?

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Digital Communications Project Intern (Information Service)

Our Information Service works hard to develop online information and publications to support children and young people with cancer, and their families, from the moment they hear the word cancer to beyond. The Digital Communications Project Intern will work to ensure the service reaches all audiences, from our staff across the UK to the children, young people and their families who we serve. You’ll be creative, passionate and digitally savvy. 

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Download the application form and apply by Monday 31 July

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