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Think Pacific: Fiji Volunteering Project

Introduction

Don’t miss our upcoming Discovery Sessions for overseas volunteering opportunities in Summer 2023 in Fiji.

Make the most of your summer vacation. If you are interested in making life-long friendships and developing unique skills, whilst being part of a project that has global impact and will enhance your future employability by developing your skills, leadership and confidence – then attend a discovery session in person or online to find out more.



Discovery sessions

Our partner, Think Pacific, has 15 places for University of Cumbria students for 4-week mobilities in Fiji as an internship and cultural experience working in conservation, community builds, sports coaching, mental health projects, etc while staying with a Fijian family. Attend one of these Discovery Sessions in person if you want to meet a representative of Think Pacific or online (need to register) to find out more.

Sessions:

Online session: Thursday 24th November 4pm https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nraIb0amSWKyOkKACwPTKg

Lancaster: Monday 28th November 1-2pm SBO10

Ambleside: Monday 28th November 4.15-5.15pm CMO.06

Brampton Rd: Tuesday 29th November 12.30-1.30pm MB2010

Fusehill St: Tuesday 29th November 4.00-5.00pm SKF20



Video testimonial

Watch a testimonial video from a returning student from 2022 programme. https://vimeo.com/760335854



More Information

This organisation is one of the University of Cumbria's Turing Scheme project partners, and places are available for University of Cumbria students (or graduates within 12 months of graduating) to take part in this award-winning internship or study abroad scheme in either June, July or August 2023 for a period of 4 weeks.

These are first come, first served opportunities for 2023. Grants from the University's Turing Scheme allocation can be used to contribute significantly towards the costs for successful applicants. We particularly welcome and encourage applications from students with learning or other disabilities and/or from disadvantaged backgrounds. For further information or to express initial interest, please contact turing@cumbria.ac.uk or call Ian Winters, Turing Scheme Administrator on 01228 242947.



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