15 March 2006

The Working for the Community Fair - 23 March

Would you like your work to mean more than a wage slip at the end of every month?

Do you want your job to have a positive impact on actual people rather than profit margins and balancing budgets?

Are you looking for something a little different to the standard graduate recruitment package?

If this describes your outlook on your career then The Working for the Community Fair could make a difference to you. The Working for the Community Fair takes place on Thursday 23 March 2006, 10.30pm-3.30pm in the Main Hall at Sheffield Hallam University.

Up to 30 organisations will be attending, ranging from HM Prison Service to St John’s Ambulance, from Heeley City Farm to Sheffield Live.

A diverse range of organisations will be exhibiting with stands featuring the social services, local government, community care, environmental agencies, and those working within the voluntary sector. This diverse range of exhibitors is united by the positive effect that their work has on the community, by how the work they undertake can make a difference to people’s lives and surroundings.

To view the full exhibitor list and online registration form for students to complete to avoid queuing on the day, please visit the website below.

Make the most of this event – it’s a valuable source of information about opportunities in the Community.

Students and graduates from all institutions are welcome to attend.

Students at the University of Sheffield can take advantage of a FREE SHUTTLE BUS running throughout the day from the Arts Tower Car Park to Sheffield Hallam University.

The Working for the Community Fair is supported by TARGET + doctorjob.com and jointly managed by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.