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Interning at BelEve made me realise that being a writer was definitely the right career path for me. I had to write blogs as part of my internship and I thoroughly enjoyed writing about different topics that affected young girls and women. It was an opportunity to express my opinion and give BelEve’s website a personal touch. Chyloe and Ashleigh were very supportive and understanding throughout my internship. Their passion and dedication to BelEve is inspiring.
Working for BelEve has been an exciting opportunity for me. This small and intimate organisation has enlightened me to the hard work these lovely ladies put into their girls. I inherited various responsibilities across departments such as, design, research, marketing and social media, which I wouldn’t have otherwise working for a larger company. This has now provided me with a wide range of skills which can help me further my career in this sector.
BelEve is an organisation with a social mission to empower girls to foster strength of character, change the way they view and feel about themselves, and embrace their unique individuality. Since working with our girls at Sandhurst Primary School we have noticed a definite paradigm shift in the way our girls view and feel about themselves by changing the way they think and act one step at a time.
On behalf of Lambeth Career Clusters and our partner organisation London South Bank University, I would like to thank the whole team for the excellent work undertaken throughout the delivery of BelEve’s most innovative and inspiring programme for Looked After Children in secondary schools. The impact of your well planned and executed sessions on students was profound, enabling them to further formulate plans around future careers and develop their personal aspirations.
BelEve Uk have delivered 2 programmes at Addey and Stanhope school. Each time I have found the facilitators an absolute pleasure to work with, they are well organised and build a special rapport with the girls in the group. I have recognised positive changes in students on completion of the programme. The girls are more driven and have started to explore their thought process more in relation to decision making for their future.