We're recruiting - Schools Outreach Volunteers

The NLA Learning team are in need of learning volunteers for two programmes in June.

Mulberry UTC - Wednesday 6, 13 &/or 20 June 2018 - 13:30-16:00 

The NLA Learning team are in need of design mentors for a project with year 10 students from Mulberry UTC happening in June. The team have been visiting the school every Wednesday throughout term working with the same 15 students. The group are working with the Roman Road Trust on a 12 week built environment careers programme, where they will create their own group designs, contributing towards the consultation for a new community space near the school.

We need volunteers to support the practical workshops which will help students generate ideas and finalise designs in a variety of media for this final project.

NB: Volunteers do not have to be available every week. 

LREF Volunteers - Tuesday 12 June - 10:30-13:00

The NLA Learning team are organising a special schools preview of LREF on 12 June providing young people aged 14-18yrs free access to the exhibition and an insight into careers in the property industry. We are looking for built environment professionals to volunteer helping us run this event and welcome the students to LREF.  We have several activities planned that will help to understand more about the many, and varied, opportunities there are for them within property, architecture, construction and engineering fields. The programme will be a mixture of tours, workshops and talks but we can’t do it without your help. If you think this is something your team might be able to contribute to please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
 

If you're interested in being involved in either programme, please contact Lettie McKie, Head of Learning, at lettie.mckie@newlondonarchitecture.org or on 0207 636 4044.

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The Learning Programme is a pioneering new collaboration between New London Architecture (NLA) and The City Centre to inspire the next generation about London’s built environment, promote the huge range of careers available, and empower young people by giving them a voice in the future shape of their city.

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