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New Funding For Graduate Jobs In Worcestershire

28 Feb 2011

New Funding For Graduate Jobs In Worcestershire Funding has been secured from the Heritage Lottery Fund which will enable 5 graduate jobs to be created in Worcestershire.

Almost £150,000 has been found for the Nurturing Worcestershire’s Treasures project which will see graduate job vacancies at a number of museums and libraries in Worcestershire.

New graduate jobs will be created at the following Worcestershire locations:

  • Elgar Birthplace Museum
  • Hurd Library at Hartlebury Castle and University Research Collections
  • Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive
  • George Marshall Medical Museum
  • Worcester Porcelain Museum

These graduate jobs in heritage will lead to specialists in fundraising, marketing, digital archiving, curatorial work and exhibitions.

The West Midlands head of Heritage Lottery Fund, Anne Jenkins, spoke with pride about the funding that they provide: “When the recession kicked in we thought very hard about how HLF could make a difference to people’s lives. The answer was an innovative and ambitious programme focusing on equipping people with practical skills to help them secure future employment.”

The new graduate jobs will be advertised on the University of Worcester website when they are available. The graduates will be sourced from the University’s Salaried Graduate Internship Scheme and will carry out a three month induction before working in the graduate job for a year. The scheme will begin in July this year.

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