Change100 offers paid summer work experience for students with disabilities or long-term health conditions

Do you have a disability or a long term health condition? Are you currently considering what career you’ll go into after you’ve finished university and looking for some paid summer work experience? If you’ve answered yes to these questions you should consider applying to Change100.

Change100 is a summer internship programme designed to bring together leading employers with talented students and graduates with disabilities and long term health conditions. They currently have 100 vacancies to fill in a variety of organisations and business types.

Previous employers include the BBC, Barclays, Bevan Brittan, Centrica, the Department of Health, the Department for International Development, Experian, Heritage Lottery Fund, Interserve, Lloyds Banking Group, SABMiller, Swiss Re, Taylor Wimpey, Thomson Reuters and Wall to Wall.

Change100 have an ambition to change the employment landscape for disabled students and graduates. The programme aims to remove barriers experienced by disabled people in the workplace, to allow them to achieve their potential.

It’s a unique programme which offers you:

  •    an inclusive recruitment process
  •    valuable, paid experience with a prestigious employer
  •    confidence in disclosing your disability
  •    support in identifying and requesting disability-related adjustments
  •    12 month development programme

Applications are open right now and will close on 31 January 2016. Find out more and apply at, search for vacancy ref. BRI151111/1681301.

Change100 is a charitable venture, run in partnership between Leonard Cheshire Disability and Vanilla Ventures. Leonard Cheshire Disability is the UK’s leading charity supporting disabled people. Vanilla Ventures is a social enterprise dedicated to creating social change by providing people development, business strategy and innovation services to the public and non-profit sectors in the UK.

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Paul Rothwell • 14/01/2016

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