The Generations of Learning project aims to bring together people from different local communities, young and old, to share experiences and learn from one another.
The core of the project will be carrying out interviews with 30 Elders from the Pakistani and the Irish communities, to record their experiences, using these to create an exhibition, a short film, and online content like this blog.
During the exhibition, there will be a series of public events such as visits to local schools, reminiscence sessions, and family arts and crafts story-telling workshops.
As well as Elders willing to share their stories, we are looking for ten volunteers to help deliver this exciting project, while building their own skills and confidence.
We are offering a daily expense allowance and full training.Click the links below to download details of each role:
The Generations of Learning exhibition is due to launch in later Spring 2018. An exhibition programme is being planned to be hosted at venues in and around Cricklewood.
Social Media Assistant
Oral History Interviewers x 4
Event Assistant x 2
Photographer / Photo Editor
We welcome applications from anyone interested and we are particularly keen to hear from young adults from the Cricklewood / Brent area, looking to develop skills or gain work experience.