Cambridge Assessment: Reaching Learners In Our Communities
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Reaching Learners In Our Communities
Vicky Evans, Cambridge Assessment’s first Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, explains how the organisation can ensure access to education through volunteering, charity and community work. Vicky spent four years managing projects in Cambridge International's development division, and previously worked in the museum sector.
It wasn’t perhaps an obvious jump from museums to an assessment organisation; but in the eight years I spent working with some of the most significant cultural collections in the world, my focus was on supporting museums to provide universal access to lifelong learning for international communities. I recognise the exact same sense of mission across Cambridge Assessment to get it right for our learners and ensure access to education and learning for all.
The Corporate Social Responsibility Manager is a new role for Cambridge Assessment, and many people have asked what that means. It’s not news that Cambridge Assessment is full of dedicated groups and individuals doing some great work, fundraising, and volunteering for a wide range of charities and organisations, and seeking to make an impact in the communities in which we operate.
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