Young? Bored? Can't afford a holiday? Go to the CAB...
July 24, 2008
Youngsters in Bracknell who have just broken up from college or university and have nothing to do this summer are being offered CV-enhancing opportunities at the town's Citizens Advice Bureau.
The charity, which which helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free information and advice, are particularly interested in hearing from young people who could spare some time and volunteer for them.
Young people aged 16-25 can volunteer at the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) in a wide variety of different roles that will develop their skills and fit in with their lifestyles.
Volunteering opportunities could include helping social policy coordinators and campaigners, training as an advisor or working as a receptionist as well as in the marketing, finance and IT departments.
Volunteers can work part-time of full time and skills gained could include communications, problem solving, research and team work - and may add to young people's CVs.
To find out more call 08451 264264 or pop into Bracknell's CAB in The Broadway.