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The Access Project

The Access Project

The Access Project

The Access Project combats educational inequality by using volunteer tutors to help motivated students access top universities. For full details of our work, please see the website.

Professional

Location:
London, United Kingdom

Posted:
24 May 2013

Deadline:
Opportunity has expired

Compensation details:
£25,000 per annum

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Key Project Coordinator

The Access Project combats educational inequality by using volunteer tutors to help motivated students access top universities.

London, United Kingdom

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Compensation details:
£25,000 per annum

Job Type:
Full-time
Level:
Mid Level
Escape Factors:
Social Impact
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  • Passionate about educational disadvantage?
  • Good with young people?
  • Eager for responsibility and capable of working autonomously?
  • Resilient and able to manage complex projects?
We may have the role for you! The Key Project launched in January 2012 at Central Foundation Boys’ School, an Islington secondary school. It was set up in partnership with The Access Project, a groundbreaking educational charity, and international law firm Slaughter and May. The aim of the project is to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds win places at top universities and the main way we do this is by matching students with a volunteer graduate who tutors them for an hour a week.We are looking for an exceptional individual to manage the day-to-day running of the Key Project in the school, working closely with students to help them reach their potential. He or she will liaise with teachers, parents and volunteers involved in the Project and will continually assess students’ needs, using this information to take decisions about the design and implementation of the programme.
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