The Social Leadership programme supports you into a career in the social sector
Launching in April, get your applications in now.
What is the Social Leadership Programme?
The Social Leadership programme is for 2nd year Oxford Brookes students who are passionate about making positive change. In collaboration with the careers service, the programme supports you to gain new skills, get more experience in the social sector and prepare you to apply for graduate level employment in the social impact sector.
What does it involve?
The programme will kick off in April 2019 and will provide numerous opportunities for personal and professional development for individuals taking part. This is a unique & comprehensive opportunity to gain leadership skills and have a positive social impact to set you up for graduation. You will be joining a cohort of 20 other Brookes students who are motivated to make positive change.
Volunteering opportunities and placements (in a range of organisations, tackling issues ranging from educational inequality through to loneliness and isolation or sustainability of food.)
Leadership roles in Oxford Hub’s social action programmes.
Training sessions to support you to gain new skills, reflect on your experiences and apply for future roles.
Being matched with a mentor who is an early career professional working across a range in a social impact organisation.
Organise events for other students, to engage others in social issues in Oxford.
Average time commitment will be 10 hours a month (including weekly volunteering), with a longer out of term time placement.
Following on from these development opportunities we will provide tailored support for you, with the careers service, to apply for graduate employment.
Am I eligible?
We are not looking for individuals with loads of specific experience. What we are looking for is motivation and potential for tackling the challenges our society faces.
To join the cohort you must:
Be a second year student, studying at Brookes from any discipline.
Have experience of volunteering or social action. Social action comes in many forms and we want to hear from a diverse range of students so get in touch if you aren’t sure!
We strongly encourage applications from BAME backgrounds and first generation at University
How do I get involved?
Follow the 'apply' tab at the top of this page.
Complete the short application questions, telling us a bit about yourself and why you want to apply.
You will be invited to attend a short interview
If you are successful at interview stage you will be invited to join the cohort and receive a Welcome pack to prepare you ahead of the programme kicking off.
Oxford Hub is committed to making our activities inclusive to all students. We can make reasonable adjustments to application processes, selection workshops, training sessions, volunteering projects and other activities on a case-by-case basis. We also provide ongoing support for the students we work with, so if you have particular accessibility needs, including special educational needs, please do get in touch with email@example.com and let us know how we can make the activity more accessible.