Wednesday 10 March 2021
5pm - 6pm
Interested in learning the best ways to maximise your time, developing skills, and securing a job?
Interested in hearing more about roles in the UK Charity Sector?
Then our ACE network session with Diasporic Development is the one for you!
Who are Diasporic Development?
Diasporic Development is a community of Black professionals interested in and/or working in the international development and UK charity sector. Founded by five Black women working and interested in the third sector. Diasporic Development is an organic community which developed via social media, professional aspirations and a desire to bridge the gap between the sector, recognising the crucial role the Black diaspora should play in shaping international development, and more broadly charity in the UK!
What we have been up to
Officially launching in February 2019, we have hosted a variety of in person (remember those) and online events and workshops.This has taken the shape of panel discussions, featuring professionals in Comic Relief, Action Aid, Shelter, Restless Development and more, attending careers fairs, and most recently a partnership with Development Pathways, which offers a 12 month paid placement to a Black graduate.
The charity sector offers a stimulating and (personally) rewarding career, and yet for many it is not an obvious career choice after university.
Join Diasporic Development on 10th March to hear more about the roles international development and the UK charity sector offers, why it NEEDS more diverse representation, and the best ways to maximise your time, develop your skills and secure a job!
Want to find out more about the ACE network?
Well, you have come to the right place! Find out all about our ACE netwok and what we do here: https://www.uwlsu.com/opportunities/acenetwork/
How do I get a ticket?
Purchase your FREE TICKET here and you will recieve the Zoom link to attend in your confirmation reciept shortly following.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us: firstname.lastname@example.org