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Volunteer Current Affairs Researcher

BeScience STEM Ltd


Posted over 30 days ago...

BeScience STEM is seeking a resourceful Current Affairs Researcher to prepare and update the organisation on any beneficial news, policies, programs and opportunities that are in line with our goals and objectives.


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Enfield, EN1 4UZ

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

Factual research - up to date with policies, events, programmes and any current affairs that benefit or impact BeScience STEM Providing well-research written content such as for whitepapers, blogs, packs, workbooks etc Fact-checking on reports, content and current affairs shared to BeScience STEM Providing background research for programs

What are we looking for?

The candidate we are looking for possesses:

resourcefulness and motivation excellent written communication, interpersonal and organisational skills adaptable and flexible the capability to work well in a team and meet deadlines strong IT and research skills the ability to manage your own workload able to manage research systematically  

What difference will you make?

BeScience STEM provides young people with vital information on the soft skills required to stand out and succeed in an increasingly competitive job market. This will help them be better engaged and purpose-driven to pursue careers in STEM which will make a real difference in the lives of disadvantaged children and young people. Our programs also offer career planning support which improves their career prospects, reduces future NEETs and in turn improves the economy of the wider community and benefits the country as a whole. Our programs and facilitation style instill a life-long love for education, as evidenced in our past programs:

-“BeScience STEM is having an amazing impact on families and young people, from diverse backgrounds. It is a huge pleasure supporting this and I look forward to seeing it roll out nationally, supporting more families in other areas..” Amir Mahmood (De Montfort University Outreach Officer)

-“I have 3 home-educated children, who attended the sessions. They enjoy the sessions and take an interest in their findings and the topic they have learnt about. They look forward to the sessions each week.” Farhana Hajat (Mother of 3 children attending STEM Juniors) Help us meet our goals and objectives!


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