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Engage placement

Engage placement

We're looking for passionate, enthusiastic individuals who have a heart for the poor to join our Engage placement programme in 2018! Engage is a fantastic opportunity to use your Easter or summer holiday to make a difference, learn some new skills and become part of the CAP family.

Take a look at the video below to see what previous Engagers thought about our placement programme.

During your one-month placement, you’ll be given the chance to play your part in changing lives and helping us to grow and develop the work of CAP. You’ll be placed within a host department here at head office and given your own responsibilities. We also throw in some great teaching from our management team and the opportunity to represent CAP at a Christian conference. Our aim is to deliver a first-class work placement that leaves you feeling valued, equipped and encouraged.

What will I get from Engage?

  • Experience at an award-winning charity
  • Free place, representing CAP, at a Christian conference
  • Teaching from our management team
  • Development of your employable skills
  • A fantastic, fun-working environment
  • ‚ÄčBursary or help with accommodation

Application process

To bag your place on the Engage placement programme, you'll need to submit an application form and have a short interview via Skype or phone. Applications are taken all year round and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Please complete the enquiry form below to get more information and an application form.

Use one month to make a difference: grow your faith, see lives changed and enhance your CV.

To find out more please fill in the enquiry form below:

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