Sign in: Staff/Students
Change 100 is a programme of paid summer work placements, professional development, and mentoring, designed to support the career development of talented university students and recent graduates with any disability or long-term condition, such as:
Change 100 have partnered with organisations who believe disability isn’t a barrier to a brilliant career and appreciate the value that talented disabled students can bring to their organisations.
Over the last eight years Change 100 has placed talented individuals in roles at Barclays, IHG, Green Peace, BMW and the National Gallery along with many more prestigious organisations.
The team are always establishing new partnerships with a broad range of prestigious organisations to offer placement opportunities. These include corporate employers of varying sizes and industries, public and third sector organisations. Your role will vary depending on the nature of the placement you are undertaking.
Mentoring and development
As well as valuable, paid experience with a prestigious employer Change 100 can offer you:
To apply to Change 100 you must meet all the following criteria:
*If your academic performance has been affected by mitigating circumstances related to your disability or health condition, these will be taken into account. Please get in touch to discuss this.
The deadline for applications is Thursday 7 January 2021. If successful after the initial application stage you will be invited to attend a half-day assessment centre between January and March.
To apply please visit www.leonardcheshire.org/change100 to complete an application form or email email@example.com for alternative formats.
All recent news
Virtual Housing Fair: Find your perfect student home
Free tickets for the People’s Powerhouse online convention
Paid internships for students with a disability or long-term condition
Liverpool mass COVID-19 testing pilot – repeat testing encouraged
Are you a student who wants to make a difference?
Outstanding Technician of the Year is John Waters, chief animal technician at @livuni. His expertise has been crucial in developing new methods for replacing the anxiety-inducing tail-handling method previously used universally in labs across the world #THEAwards
Huge thank you to everyone in #TeamLivUni for their efforts to help control the spread of #COVID19. For now, we must continue to be vigilant and follow the lockdown guidance.
Here's some information about #Tier2: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/local-restriction-tiers-what-you-need-to-know#high-alert
Amy, President of the Athletics Union, and Ohio, Vice President, have taken over our Instagram channel to chat about our brilliant sports teams, and share their top tips on how to keep healthy over lockdown. #TeamLivUni
Take a look ➡️ http://www.instagram.com/livuni