“I want to help recruit more BME volunteers” – Sas Amoah, The Open University
Sas Amoah is a Digital Media Producer at The open University, managing the YouTube Channel and creating video content for the Channel OpenLearn. He did his first session with Worktree about several years ago, and attended the first meeting of the More BAME Volunteers campaign team to increase the number of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people volunteering in Worktree.
“As co-chair of the BME Network at The Open University, I want to help recruit more BME volunteers for Worktree’s Career WorkOut sessions,” said Sas. “It’s a fantastic way to support your local community, the slots are flexible and it requires very little time.”
If you would like to volunteer in a one-hour Career WorkOut session, go to www.worktree2.prominenthosting.com/events.
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