Social impact and volunteering – How to bring purpose to your career
- Date: Tuesday 17 May 2022, 13:00 – 14:00
- Location: Online
- Type: Alumni, Online
- Cost: Free
This free professional development webinar hosted by career experts, Career Farm, is open to Leeds alumni, students and staff members.
How can you make a societal and community impact whilst balancing your career and home life? In this webinar, Tony Bury, founder of Mowgli Mentoring, internationally renowned entrepreneur, active citizen and philanthropist, will cover:
• the benefits of volunteering on your CV
• expanding your network with like-minded people
• how to find the right opportunities in an international, hybrid and remote working world
• strategically aligning your social passions with your career
• top tips on getting started
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About the speaker:
Born in Zimbabwe, Tony Bury has enjoyed a career spanning the UK, the Middle East and Africa. Entrepreneurial by nature, Tony set up and grew many enterprises throughout his career, most recently focusing on philanthropy, impact investment and the transformative power of education in the form of mentoring. In 2008, Tony set up Mowgli Mentoring in order to unlock human potential and build prosperity in highly challenged regions of the globe. Now operating across 17 countries in the UK, Middle East, North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa regions, Tony’s work strengthens entrepreneurial leadership and organisational resilience to drive the much needed economic and social development the world needs.