Volunteers Needed for Lollipop Day 2020
The Oesophageal Cancer Fund
- Health and wellbeing
The UCC Works Award demonstrates that you have engaged in, and developed professional skills through volunteering, extra-curricular activities and voluntary work experience, all of which will help you to stand out from the crowd when applying for graduate roles and internships.
After engaging in the experience you will need to reflect on the skills you have developed and learn how to articulate these skills to employers. You will do this by writing up a Reflective Report and preparing your CV before you actually receive the award at a formal rewards ceremony in the spring. You will find out more about the Reflective Report later on in your experience.
Want to begin the journey towards achieving your UCC Works Award?
Click on the link below to take the first step - Register here on the link, and you will be able to log and track the hours you do as you give your time voluntarily....
Once you are registered, you will be able to search for the UCC Works pathways - each one is listed seperately. You can use the Drop Down menus at the top of the menu on the website to get more information.
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