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Article 20
We have now launched our online sessions tailored specifically to help carers to return to work. Sessions will be delivered virtually and cover a range of topics in relation to caring and employability.
Newcastle Carers
Article 19

Thank you for working with us this year to apply for vacancies and other opportunities across Newcastle.

We have lots of exciting things coming up in 2021, so stay tuned and set your vacancy preferences!

If you haven't already registered, please register on the Jobs@SkillsHub page.

Please be aware we will be unable to respond to contact forms from 18th December to 4th January, but we will respond when we return.

Article 18

Robin Beveridge, Economic Advisor at Newcastle City Council, helps to drive economic development and inclusion across Newcastle to increase employment levels, and direct the city through its post-Covid economic recovery. 

We sat down with Robin to ask him about Newcastle City Council’s new Jobs@SkillsHub service through the Skills Hub, to find out how it not only helps people currently looking for work in the region find new employment, but also supports local businesses in matching jobseekers to their vacancies.

Skills Hub Newcastle
Article 17

Exciting news!!!

The Millin Charity is hosting a Virtual Festive Market on Saturday 5th December where you can shop amazing products from local women.

Click here for more information & how to attend

The Millin Charity (The Millin Charity)
Article 15

Disadvantaged young adults keen to enter the world of work with support from Newcastle United Foundation are being given the IT equipment they need to explore employment, training and educational opportunities in the North East.

Ten young people engaging with the Foundation’s NE1 Works employability programme struggled to continue building on key skills or complete job applications without access to a computer at home during lockdown.

Newcastle United Foundation
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