The Fore is committed to equal opportunities. We encourage applications from qualified candidates from a wide range of backgrounds and from all sections of the community. For all roles we recruit, experience of working or volunteering for small charities and social enterprises is as relevant, if not more relevant than more formal qualifications.
Social Impact Intern
Are you passionate about social change and looking for your first job?
The Fore is excited to announce the launch of our new Social Impact Internship Scheme, offering bright candidates the opportunity to play a key role in our ambitious plans to lead change in the charity sector. We are looking for a self-starter who will bring their initiative and enthusiasm to our small and welcoming team.
Our grantee charities work across some of the most pressing social justice issues, including homelessness, support for refugees, mental health and racial justice. You will help us support them through the process of applying for grants, learn how we demonstrate and communicate our impact, and get involved in the delivery of our programme of popular networking events.
This six-month paid internship is available from September 2022. We actively encourage applications from a wide range of backgrounds and from all sections of the community.
For more information and to apply, please read the job description here.
We will be running an information session on Friday 15th July at 12 noon for interested candidates to find out more about The Fore’s work, and the role itself. If you are interested in attending, please click here to register.
Consultant Grant Assessor
Are you an experienced professional who enjoys setting and articulating strategy? Would you like to share your skills and give back? Consultant Grant Assessors (CGAs) work on our funding rounds, helping us to identify and support the most exciting small charities and social enterprises for whom our funding could unlock transformational impact. We actively encourage applications from a wide range of backgrounds and from all sections of the community for this highly flexible ‘low bono’ work. Assessors are remunerated with a stipend per application assessed. In 2022, we will be considering applications from new assessors in August and November. If you would like to register your interest, please email your CV to [email protected] and we will contact you when we are next considering applications.