London, Newham (onsite 15-20 hours per week)
Salary: Expenses only
Role title: Creative Intern
Salary: Expenses only
Hours: 15-20 hours per week onsite (includes some evenings)
Location: London Academy in Newham
Reporting line: reports directly to Creative Lead
ABOUT FIGHT FOR PEACE
Fight for Peace combines sport, education and personal development to support young people to reach their full potential. We focus on communities that are affected by crime and violence, and we have been based in Newham east London since 2007.
We know that sport has the power to change lives and we offer free boxing and martial arts sessions to young people of all abilities aged 7-25 years old. We also know that when you combine sport with personal development, led by passionate and skillful practitioners in a safe and positive environment, it can make a profound transformational impact on individuals, communities and our society.
Fight for Peace’s personal development services include support for young people in education and gaining employment, mentoring to deal with the issues and challenges life presents, and opportunities to build leadership and other vital skills.
Fight for Peace aims to create champions – in the ring and in life. The impact on young people of the work Fight for Peace does comes in the form of improved mental and physical health, and changes in behaviour, relationships and future aspirations.
We also impact in the building of skills among young people as well as increased access to opportunities and progression in the sporting arena, in employment and education, and leadership positions – at Fight for Peace in the workplace, and in the community.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
This six month internship is ideal for someone wishing to learn and develop their skills while working closely with a diverse, multi-talented team of Fight for Peace members and staff. The intern will play an important part in supporting our mission and will be someone who is ready to take on responsibility and is passionate about impacting the lives of young people.
The successful applicant will be aged between 16 and 25, and will be an integral part of a small global communications team at Fight for Peace. With continued support and guidance from the Creative Lead, they will assist in the management of social media channels, production of digital content, and deliver a range of internal and external communications activities.
Being an intern role, there is a strong emphasis on personal and professional growth. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills and experience at Fight for Peace through the guidance of the Creative Lead and wider staff.
Please send us your CV and a short cover letter to email@example.com explaining why you think you are a good fit for the role, your skills and experience, and what you would like to gain from the internship.
Application deadline: Friday 17th November 2023
Our Commitment to Safeguarding, Equality and Inclusion
Fight for Peace takes inclusion and diversity seriously in order to live the organisation’s values: Embracing, Champion, Solidarity, Inspiring and Courage. Fight for Peace actively promotes equality of opportunity for all and welcomes applications from a wide range of prospective employees and participants, including those with relevant lived experience, a history of offending or with criminal records.
Fight for Peace will only ask an individual to provide details of sensitive information, including convictions and cautions, that it is legally entitled to know about. Most of our staff and volunteers will be in Positions of Trust and a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check must be completed by anyone who meets the government’s definition of ‘Regulated Activity’ or ‘Regular Activity’ within our activities and services. We do not want this to be a barrier to those who have the potential to add great value to the work we do.
All information disclosed for the purposes of employment will be used for the sole purpose of assessing whether an individual is suitable and appropriate to work with our members and/or if any specific arrangements around supervision and support might be required. All information gathered as part of our recruitment processes will be treated sensitively and equitably, with confidentiality strictly maintained.
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