The University of Reading students who took part in the project in 2016 were more than happy to share their experiences and insights, read below what Abbie and Harriet had to say about their 2016 UROP placement
The Whitley Researchers are looking to expand their team and recruit new members of the community to help shape research that can really make a difference to Whitley and target issues that they feel are most important.
There are no requirements for the role, any necessary training will be provided and they are very understanding of other commitments whether it be work, childcare or anything other commitment
If you are interested, please read the advert below or talk to John Ord or Sally Lloyd-Evans, who can give you more information and even meet you for an informal chat.
A brief summary of the research done so far in 2017 and how the youth aspirations project is progressing…
The project in 2016 was focused on developing a community toolkit that resulted in skills sessions being carried out as well as the creation of a leaflet detailing participation methods. Continue reading