Author Archive | Tom Bulman

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Theresa Takes Women Leaders Award For Community Impact 2018

Worktree’s Theresa Mercer has received the Women Leaders Award 2018 for Community Impact Charity. During her 11 years working for Worktree, Theresa has helped to develop a volunteering model which is engaging 1,400 volunteers from 400 MK companies, currently benefiting more than 6,000 teenage teenagers in 11 MK schools each year. ‘Career WorkOut’ is a […]

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Gary Lincoln TXM

I hoped my story would resonate with them – Gary Lincoln, TXM Group

Gary Lincoln, Group Director for TXM Group, one of Worktree’s sponsors, recently attended a Career WorkOut at Stantonbury International School for 240 year 10 students. “This initiative is brilliant as it engages the students on their level” said Gary.  “What’s important to them is we answer honestly…What my working day looks like, Does my job […]

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St Monica's PWO 21.6.18

Remarkable results from Primary WorkOut project

“They have inspired me to do a good job when I am older,” said a Year 5 pupil following a Primary WorkOut session in June.  Another said:  “I learned that getting a job can be hard but with hard work and effort you will do a job you enjoy”. They are two of 876 pupils […]

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Worktree volunteers celebrate record-breaking year

On Wednesday 18th July, 45 guests joined the Worktree staff and trustees for an end-of-year drinks reception and celebration of the year’s achievements:  571 volunteer work guests from 183 companies made 1346 guest appearances in 131 Career WorkOut sessions with 6,547 young people in 10 mainstream secondary schools, 4 special schools and the YMCA.  An additional […]

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Success for ‘Growing Primary Aspirations’ project 2018

In a project subsidised by a grant from MK Community Foundation, Worktree delivered Primary WorkOut and Primary World of Work sessions in 13 primary schools (a 14th to follow in November 2018).  The aim was to demonstrate to primary schools the value of these activities and encourage them consider paying full cost in future years. The […]

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