Internships with the British Council for disabled students

EmployAbility is pleased to be able to offer disabled and dyslexic students and recent graduates the chance to apply for fantastic and varied internships with the British Council.  Full details can be found on the EmployAbility website at http://www.employ-ability.org.uk/, and these include:

  • Corporate HQ – External Relations Assistant
  • Corporate HQ – Communications role
  • Corporate HQ – digital Content Assistant
  • Education and Society – Society Digital Assistant
  • Education and Society – Schools Digital Support Officer
  • Education and Society – Science Digital Marketing and Communications Assistant
  • Business development – Partnerships and Business Development Assistant
  • Arts – Film Team Assistant
  • Arts – Literature Assistant
  • Arts – Music Team Assistant
  • Information Technology Services – Records Management Assistant

To begin an application for any of the above roles, please click here for more details and go to “apply now” at the bottom of the page.  Although application deadlines are in place, candidates are strongly advised to apply early.  If you have any extenuating circumstances or require further information about the Internship Programme, please contact Justin Penney on +44 (0)7776 090 508 or email:  info@employ-ability.org.uk.

About the British Council

The British Council creates international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide. They call this work: cultural relations.

Each year they work with millions of people, connecting them with the United Kingdom, sharing British cultures and the UK’s most attractive assets: English, the Arts, Education and our ways of living and organising society. This year marks their 80th anniversary of doing this.

About the British Council EmployAbility Summer Internship Programme

The British Council is committed to providing undergraduates and graduates with the necessary skills and experience in an increasingly competitive jobs market. As one of the British Council’s interns you will learn new skills whilst exercising your own initiative and creativity. You will work with a dedicated line manager, completing meaningful projects that really add value to their organisation, whilst taking part in the delivery of a group project and participate in additional vocational training.

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your own cultural relations edge whilst working for an organisation that values diversity and innovation.

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