Internships for students and graduates
Change 100 is for talented students and graduates with disabilities or long-term health conditions — including physical, visual or hearing impairments, mental health conditions and learning disabilities and difficulties like dyslexia and dyspraxia.
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, we are committed to still delivering the same high quality Change 100 programme this year.
Over the seven years that we have run Change 100, remote working has been a growing feature, largely driven by the our interns as a result of their disability or long term condition as well as the evolving needs of employers.
In line with government advice, most workplaces have now moved solely to remote working and we are looking at how we can support our employers, candidates and mentors to adapt to this.
Current guidance suggests the worst of the crisis should be over by the time Change 100 placements start in mid-June. We are preparing for all eventualities and still aim to effectively coordinate these placements. We will endeavour to keep our employer partners and candidates updated as regularly as possible.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Change 100 team on the email addresses below.
- For candidates: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For employers: email@example.com
We look forward to continuing to work with you and offering a high quality experience in 2020.
About Change 100
Change 100 aims to remove barriers experienced by disabled people in the workplace, to allow them to achieve their potential. If you are successful, you will have the opportunity to work within a leading organisation, with dedicated support to help you to thrive.
You will gain the experience, confidence, networks and skills needed to kick start your career.
- 100% of Change 100 interns said their experience has improved their confidence in the workplace
- 100% said their Change 100 experience has strengthened their CV
I believe that the Change 100 may be one of the most important steps I have taken since I was accepted into University. I have been welcomed into a workforce that is accepting and understanding of my disability.Ryan, Change 100 intern 2017