Sector Profiles: Third Sector, Charitable and NGOs

Our graduates can be found working in high profile third sector businesses, charities, NGOs and also as freelancers.

Alumni making their mark on the world of volunteering, charities and the third sector are working in organisations across the globe, including:

  • Oxfam
  • Newport Youth Service
  • RCT Citizens Advice
  • Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save the Childhood Movement)
  • South African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds
  • Conservation Conversation

Zenia Hamid, i-Zone Youth Worker, Newport Youth Service

“The course provided me with a great amount of knowledge on youth work practice, as well as the opportunity to take part in diverse youth work placements and meet fantastic youth work professionals."

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Josh Robertson and Stefan Hunt, Conservation Conversation

“We’re not aiming too big, we just want to change the world."

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Phoebe James, Research Consultant, Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save the Childhood Movement)

"I have always had a strong belief in equality and respect and I am constantly driven by this. In my field I am also surrounded by inspirational and highly dedicated people who make it incredibly easy to remain motivated.” 

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Rhiannon Gill, Bird Rehabilitator, South African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds

 "The job involves a lot more than that described….lots of hard work is required when you are part of an organisation fighting to save a specie or species."

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Ashley Comley, Assistant Chief Executive – Rhondda Cynon Taff Citizens Advice Bureau

"Ultimately, I love to be challenged, in the ten years since I finished my degree I’ve realised that it’s the challenge as much as the outcome that drives me." 

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Sarah Collins, Director of Widening Participation, Winchester University 

Sarah graduated in 2008, BSc Psychology and is currently Director of Widening Participation at the University of Winchester but during her university days she was the Students Union Women and Equal Opportunities Officer 2006-07.

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