Bethany Hutson, Author at Form the Future CIC

Bethany Hutson

Virtual short course launched to help job seekers get ready for work

We’re excited to announce the launch of our free online short course, designed to help people get ready for work. At a time when many face job uncertainty, Form the Future’s Ready for Work course aims to support those looking to improve their work readiness skills and find the job that’s right for them. The …

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Form the Future’s Annual Conference 2020 – read the review

We recently hosted our Annual Conference  – and for the first time the event was hosted virtually, marking a move to digital that the organisation has been building on throughout the year. In a year that has seen young people disproportionately affected by Covid-19, the economic legacy of Covid-19 is likely to result in more …

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Form the Future and the NHS set to showcase diverse careers with free virtual event

During the Covid-19 crisis, we’ve watched in awe at the heroic efforts of all NHS staff – efforts that are made each and every day to look after the public’s health. In the eastern region, the NHS is one of the largest employers – and careers in healthcare are set to grow over the next …

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Cambridge LaunchPad celebrates another year of STEM success with students and partners

Cambridge LaunchPad has celebrated another year of STEM success with virtual celebrations for students and partners. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, there was much to celebrate – in 2019/20 Cambridge LaunchPad worked with 35 partners, saw 5200 students, and was able to host 88 events before many students moved to home-based learning. The virtual STEM celebrations …

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Form the Future and Homerton Changemakers, University of Cambridge, join forces for careers video series

For students moving from college or sixth form into the next stage of their lives, the decision on whether or not to go university is often a difficult one. What course would I excel on? Where in the country, or in the world, would I like to study? Is university the right decision for my …

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Students help social enterprise shape its future with virtual Website Hackathon

Form the Future CIC ran its first virtual hackathon, bringing young people together with professionals in the creative industries to shape the future of the organisation’s website. In a move to an increasingly virtual delivery model, social enterprise Form the Future developed the interactive hackathon to invite students to use creative problem solving skills and …

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Careers Q+A with Sharon Livermore, Kameo Recruitment

The latest video in our Careers Q+A series is here, featuring Sharon Livermore, Director of Kameo Recruitment. Sharon discusses her career path into recruitment, and what it’s like to work in the sector today. In each video in our Careers Q+A series, we’ll hear from our volunteers, partners, team members and wider community, who will …

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Students develop their futures with Hill for National Careers Week

For National Careers Week, Cambridge LaunchPad brought year 8 students to join Hill and become property development companies for the day On 5th March, students from Linton Village College, Bottisham Village College, Sawston Village College and Cambridge Home Educated Families visited the Storey’s Field Centre in Eddington, for a day of discovering the fundamental forces …

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