Volunteering with our Charity
Community Integrated Care has numerous skilled teams who are dedicated to ensuring our Community Integrated Care can achieve its good work; from IT to marketing, training to administration, payroll to HR, there are lots of different departments within our organisation who would benefit from volunteering.
So if you would like to share your experience of working in business or want to take the first steps in your career by building up your CV, why not volunteer with us?
- Ready to take up the challenge and volunteer with us? Complete our Volunteer Application Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Still not sure whether volunteering is right for you? By completing our Volunteer Questionnaire and emailing it to email@example.com, we’ll get back in touch and discuss some potential volunteering opportunities for you.
- Got a question about volunteering? Read our FAQs to see if these help. If not, you can always Contact Us.
“I enjoyed my degree course, but after I graduated, I was still unsure about what to do next. The media side of my degree was my real passion, but I had also enjoyed learning more about community care issues”, explains Laura. “Gaining a placement at CIC meant that I could pursue my passion for media and marketing, but in the social care sector,”
“The marketing team encouraged me to get involved in some really exciting projects; I helped write and design an edition of You First magazine, wrote news stories for the website and also attended an awards conference to help promote CIC,” says Laura. “Having the opportunity to work in the marketing department of a big national organisation helped me decide that this was definitely where I wanted to take my career.”
Laura believes that volunteering adds value to the CV of new graduates in this difficult job market. “Shortly after the placement, I got my dream job, working in marketing. The practical experience I gained during my placement was a huge factor in helping me secure my new role, as I was able to show employers that I could put into practice what I learned on my degree.”