Interested in a career in politics?
NEW OPPORTUNITY: The Careers and Enterprise Company is offering 2 full-time, paid internships. This is an amazing opportunity to work with an organisation that has an important mission to help every young person to find their best next step. If you're interested in either of these roles contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter (no more than 2 sides of A4 with a minimum font 11) to Rebecca.
Closing date 27 October.
Check out these insights from different roles in politics - there are more opportunities than you may think!
Public Affairs (agency)
Public Affairs agencies advise a range of clients across a whole range of policy areas including health, education, to financial services. This interview by Fatima Yusuf with Yashshri Soman has some top tips for those interested in a career in public affairs.
We interviewed two civil servants - Kelly & Victoria - about the role of the civil service and what it is like to work for the government. They have both worked in multiple government departments from Education to Defence. You can watch it here.
Working on issues that matter!
Olatz Bulso interviewed Emily Auckland about her work on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and the importance of engaging business leaders with the sustainability agenda. Emily discusses the importance of networks and collaboration.
Our Ambassadors have gained valuable insight through work experience placements and paid internships at GK Strategy - a public affairs agency. You can read about Annabelle's internship in our blog.
Mentoring Scheme 2021
Read about the success of our pilot mentoring scheme with the PRCA's NextGen Committee. This year we're partnering with WA Communications and for 2022 we want more partners so we can mentor more young people.
Get in touch
If you want to work with I have a voice to diversify and inspire the next generation of policymakers, public affairs professionals and politicians; or if you're considering a career in these fields, then get in touch.