|Love London Working partners with London Voluntary Services Council to give Londoner’s more opportunities
We are proud to be working in partnership with London Voluntary Sector Council (LVSC) to help thousands of Londoners to find voluntary and employment opportunities.
|Love London Working to offer Royal Household Mentoring Programme
Love London Working are pleased to announce a partnership with the Royal Household to offer the Royal Household Mentoring Programme to Love London Working participants.
|Transport For London Apprenticeship Fair
Kick start your 2017 and secure an apprenticeship at Transport For London or one of our supply chain employers.
|AmicusHorizon residents secure employment through Love London Working Programme.
Five AmicusHorizon residents are due to start work with contractor Chequers this month after getting in touch with Love London Working.
|Love London Working Visits Fashion Enter
20 Love London Working participants were given the opportunity to spend the day visiting the factory of Fashion Enter. Watch our video to see what Fashion Enter CEO, Jenny Holloway and our attendees had to say about the day.
Employers will look through hundreds of CV’s when hiring for a new position. You will want to make yours stand out, but please make sure you don’t make these mistakes.
Waiting for a key telephone interview? Below we have outlined a list of the key do’s and don’ts when being given a telephone interview.
Our Ready2Interview session attendees received first hand experience and were given the opportunity to practice interviews with Grant Thornton.
We’re excited about our partnership with Fashion Enter. Fashion Enter is a social enterprise that launched in 2006 and currently produces 8,000 items of clothing a week for many high-street brands. Jenny Holloway, CEO at Fashion Enter shares her excitement for the Love London Working programme.
|11 Steps to the Perfect CV
You’ve seen the perfect job advertised and you want to apply, but you don’t feel your CV perfect. If you follow these 11 simple steps, you can ensure that your CV is noticed by the employer.
|Love London Working attends Give Us A Chance (GUAC) reception at the House of Commons.
Last week the Love London Working team along with partners attended the annual Give Us A Chance (GUAC) reception which took place at the House of Commons to share with guests information about the programme.
|Haringey fashionistas wanted as fashion industry training programme launches.
21 OctoberThose interested in carving a career in fashion have the opportunity to attend a six week training course launched in partnership Affinity Sutton, Circle Housing, and Haringey social enterprise, Fashion Enter.Read More