Organising Work Experience, Volunteering and Careers Advice resource page shares advice on where to find work experience from employment experts. Our panel reflects on their own experiences discussing self-advocacy skills and building confidence.
We need you! – LOOK are recruiting London based volunteer mentors.
Ways into work, vocational opportunities, training and apprenticeship options for your visually impaired child/young person.
There are many different opportunities available to our young people if they choose a non-university pathway to work. In this resource, the LOOK Parent support group and expert guest panellists share their insights, tips and advice on successfully entering the workforce.
Calling all Visually Impaired 18-35 year olds – LOOK are recruiting Sussex based volunteer mentors and we need you!
Mentors and the work they do is at the heart of LOOK UK, providing support and guidance to Visually Impaired young people.
This is why the Mentor of the Month celebration is so important, it’s an opportunity to show our appreciation for all the hard work the mentor team does for us.
Lost in Transition – A first-hand account of moving through education into employment as a VI young person.
Elin Williams, Volunteer Development Coordinator at LOOK UK, reflects upon her participation in the VICTAR Longitudinal Study and her own experience of transitions.