The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) has opened a new European funded grants programme aimed at supporting growth across the third sector but in particular digital, creative and green industries.
The £2 million project will enable the third sector to take on 400 interns over the next 12 months, including 120 digital interns.
The interns, who must be qualified to at least HND level, will work on a projects that enables them to utilise their skills and qualifications and supporting the organisation to grow their business.
For many graduates, job hunting can be quite a gruelling and confusing process. There are so many questions like – where do I start? Is my CV good enough? How should I handle interview questions? All these questions are bound to pop up, but the big one is always – how do I apply for a job when I have no experience? When employers hire graduates they’re well-aware that you probably don’t have the experience they’d like, which is why they focus on other competencies. Take a look at the basic set of skills that all graduates need in order to get noticed and hired.
Despite all the pizzazz of the launch day, consumers and businesses tend to adopt a leisurely pace when upgrading to the newest version of Windows.
Despite being released six years ago, for example, Windows 7 still accounts for nearly two-thirds of all PCs accessing the internet (roughly 61 percent) today, according to the latest data from NetMarketShare. Windows 8, which first went on sale nearly three years ago, is still languishing at around 13 percent.
But before deciding whether to move to Windows 10, the first thing consumers need to do is check whether you can actually upgrade.