Paula Trafialek is Human Resources & Payroll Administrator at Cranswick Convenience Foods. Recently she took part in a one-hour Career WorkOut session with Year 9 students (aged 13-14) at St Paul’s Catholic School. “It was encouraging to know that there are a lot of very keen young people out there,” she said afterwards. “It made me […]
For more than two years, PJ Care staff have volunteered in one-hour Career WorkOut sessions in local schools organised by Worktree. In 2015-16, when PJ Care was an official sponsor, the company was the second most generous of all MK companies with a whopping 45 hours being volunteered by 25 different members of PJ Care […]
For the first time, Thames Valley Police have overtaken The Open University in Worktree’s league table of corporate volunteering 2017-18. The Police have now booked 42 Career WorkOut sessions in 2017-18 (20 already attended) compared The OU’s 34 (26 already attended). This compares with last year’s 29 sessions attended by staff from The Open University and […]
2017 marks Worktree’s 25th year in operation. Worktree was originally named Countec, created by Buckinghamshire County Council and the Training & Enterprise Council (TEC) for Milton Keynes & North Buckinghamshire, hence ‘Coun-tec’. In 2001 the company became a charity with its object being “the advancement of education of young people and employers in particular through the […]
These are the standard questions we ask volunteer work guests to answer for case studies. What is your role at (name of company) and how long have you been there? Why did you decide to do a Career WorkOut session with Worktree? What school was it and what did it involve you doing? How did […]
Dentons UMEA LLP leads the Pledges table with a massive 150 hours pledged for 2016-17. Army Careers and YourMK are in joint second with 100 hours each. CLICK HERE to pledge the number of hours you will volunteer in Career WorkOut sessions in 2016-17. Just put in the subject line of the email, ‘My/Our pledge is…hours’, then your […]
My wife and I have had fun playing this along with our 12-year-old son!