See first Career Snapshot
As a new normality starts to appear in our working and everyday lives, Worktree emerges with gifts of innovations created during lock down. Due to uncertainty over the future of our face-to-face Career Work Out sessions in schools, we have had to reinvent ourselves to keep the charity alive and serving its community of MK students, schools and volunteers. Over the last two months we have built a pilot ‘Career Snapshots’ library.
We owe thanks to Sarah Henderson of Yolk Design for designing the new logo, which fits in perfectly with our Worktree theme, and Eddie Bullen of Lynx Networks who has worked tirelessly to create the back end and now the front end of ‘Career Snapshots’. We want to share with you now the front end which students will see and we would appreciate your feedback.
There is still much to do to develop Career Snapshots for schools and young people to use, and we are in the process of raising money for this. But we can’t build further without more video snapshots. Please click here to do your interview.
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