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I am a second year psychology and philosophy student at University of Nottingham. I have studied Psychology, Politics and Biology at A-Level, and I achieved 10 A*-A grades at GCSE level. I am offering lessons for KS1 to A-Level students.
I am an undergraduate Psychology and Philosophy student on track to receive a 2:1 degree. Currently I am the Campaigns Officer for the BME Network within my student union at my university. I am responsible for continuing the ongoing campaigns and introducing new initiatives for the network. I also sit on the council for Diversity and Inclusion within the Law Society of my university. I have relevant experience in retail, and in working with both Key Stage 2 and 3 students outside of the classroom environment. In Sixth Form I became a mentor for a group of four A-Level students in a Ted-Ed club, in which I supported them in performing their own Ted Talks. Available for an immediate start.
Rare: Articles Programme — Articles Participant
JUNE 2019 - DECEMBER 2019
Attended group sessions with Allen & Overy, Ashurst, Clifford Chance, Freshfields, Herbert Smith Freehills, Hogan Lovells, Latham & Watkins, Linklaters, Macfarlanes, Slaughter and May, Travers Smith and White & Case.
Built a network of trainees, associates, partners and members of graduate recruitment.
Gained an insight into the type of work involved in being a commercial lawyer
Dunelm, Dearsley Road — Sales Advisor
AUGUST 2016 - PRESENT
Within my role, my responsibilities included responding to customer needs; by answering questions regarding the store and its merchandise.
Providing excellent quality customer service.
Performing tasks that involved merchandising, cash handling and stock replenishment.
Providing specialised ‘Made to Measure’ service for customers, in which I personally accumulated over £15,000 in sales.
Civil Service Department for Transport, Horseferry Road, London— Early Diversity Internship Programme Participant
APRIL 2019 - APRIL 2019
Shadowed a project delivery fast streamer in the department for transport and assisted on northern rail project.
Attended workshops on improving my interview skills and networking events
Attended government briefings on the implications of ‘Brexit’ for the department.
Currently training to be a campus ambassador for the EDIP.
National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham — Educational Volunteer
DECEMBER 2018 - MARCH 2019
Assisted the facilitators in the setting up and down of the workshops and lunchrooms before the group arrives and once they have left.
Supported the facilitator in the delivery of the workshops with students ranging from primary to secondary school.
Assisted the work of the Learning Team to deliver education sessions which meet the organisation’s learning outcomes particularly through supporting the facilitators.
Clifford Chance, 10 Upper Bank Street, London — Prime Alumni
Throughout my time on this scheme I was able to develop my understanding of what it means to be a commercial lawyer.
I attended workshops focused on honing my presentation skills, commercial fluency and my knowledge of what the role of a solicitor in the City entails.
I also had the opportunity to network with trainee lawyers and other PRIME students.
Since attending the Prime Scheme I have returned to the offices for an alumni day and an opening day in which I shadowed a litigation trainee.
Gibson Dunn, 2-4 Temple Avenue, London — Prime Alumni
I shadowed a junior associate in the tax practice area
Assisted with proof reading tasks and in planning a proposal for a potential client
I have since returned to the offices for an open day, and during this time I won a mock proposal task for a potential client.
Attended workshops focusing on commercial law, specifically international corporate transactions.
Highlands School, Worlds End Lane, London — Lunchtime Supervisor
SEPTEMBER 2016 - MAY 2017
Played a proactive role in monitoring secondary school students during their lunch breaks.
Enforced health and safety protocol.
Engaged in lunchtime activities with students, such as leading table tennis and trampoline clubs.
University of Nottingham, Nottingham — Bsc Psychology and Philosophy (2018 - 2021)
First year results:
Cognitive Psychology 1: 59
Social Psychology: 72
Biological Psychology: 69
Mind, Knowledge and Ethics: 70
Reasoning, Argument & Logic: 71
Metaphysics, Science & Language: 64
Highlands School, London — A-Levels (2016 - 2018)
Psychology Grade A
Government and Politics Grade A
Biology Grade B
Bishop Stopford’s School — GSCE (2011 - 2016)
10 A*-A Grades including Maths and English
1 C Grade in German
Tender Level 2 OCN Peer Mentoring
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