Project SEARCH interns to deliver information sessions

Project SEARCH interns to deliver information sessions

Interns from thesuccessful Project SEARCH programme will be delivering a series of lunchtime information awareness raising sessions on campus over the next few weeks. 

Project SEARCH is a one year Internship programme which supports young people with additional needs to gain skills and experience to go on to employment.  It is hosted by the University and is delivered in partnership with North East Scotland College, Inspire, Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council. 

In it's first year, the initiative received national recognition, including being named as the foremost ‘up and coming’ new Project SEARCH site in Europe and being announced as a finalist in both the national Green Gown Awards and the local Grampian Children’s and Young People’s Services Awards.

Project SEARCH Interns will be available to meet with staff and share with them the aims of the programme and their achievements to date on an informal basis as follows :

Date                                             Time                      Venue

Wednesday 24 September       12pm                     MacRobert Building (reception area)

Wednesday 1 October               12pm                    Sir Duncan Rice Library (Donor Wall)

Wednesday 8 October                12pm                   MacRobert Building (reception area)