We are looking to hire 60 students to be our brand managers at university campuses across the UK. Read on to learn what skills you will develop in the role!
As humans we can be quick to answer without always taking the time to consider the bigger picture. As a social worker, the questions we ask can encourage others to pause to think and look at life through the eyes of others, and this has the potential to make more of a difference than we often realise.
Former Graduate Intern, Natalie, has worked at Frontline for three years. Find out what she loves about her job and why you should apply for the internship.
Check out Frontline’s latest news and blogs, and see where we’ve been featured in the press.
For Time to Talk Day, a Frontline employee discusses how talking about mental health at work helped them.
“I could have convinced myself I was on holiday for that hour rather than at work!” Lucie describes her trip to a Firstline residential as part of her student internship.
The Frontline internship, more than anything else, was an inspirational experience for me.
Throughout January and February we are launching a range of exciting job opportunities for students and graduates in 2019.
Frontline fellow, John, and Chief Executive, Josh MacAlister, discuss the Department for Education's announcement today (8 January 2019) that it will fund 900 places on the Frontline Leadership Development programme until 2021 on BBC News at One.
Frontline fellow, Sophie Buckler, appears on the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire show to discuss the Department for Education's announcment today (8 January 2019) that it will fund 900 places on the Frontine Leadership Development programme until 2021.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds has today announced plans to fund the Frontline children’s social work training programme up to 2021.
This December we are looking back at some of our proudest moments from 2018. Watch our best videos from the last 12 months.
With the season of goodwill upon us, give back to those who need it most this festive season. Give a Christmas gift to children who may otherwise not receive one The Met Police’s Christmas Tree Project has been running since 2012, and encourages the public to give...
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