Graduate Profile – Adnan Rashid

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Adnan Rashid

Age: 26

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“I have actively contributed within my local community by volunteering in and attending youth advancement programs”

For the last decade, I have actively contributed within my local community by volunteering in and attending youth advancement programs, by teaching disadvantaged children, organising local sports events and CV clinics; local government studies and NGO’s, such as green paper consultations and conferences. During this period of austerity where under-represented communities are being disproportionally affected I wish to increase my participation and make a greater difference.

Currently, I serve as a Governor at my local comprehensive school. I have worked with the school to get integrated with the local community, serve on the Finance and Staffing committees and have worked in collaboration to get the School out of special measures. As a former Assistant Teacher working with Dudley Council I came to understand that the need for leadership, which I then applied as a mentor at Mosaic, and as a local community volunteer within Brierley Hill.

I graduated from the University of Birmingham having read law and had the opportunity to work as an intern within Corporate Policy and the Legal Department at Birmingham City Council. Due to the recession I established my own property management company. For the last decade, I have actively contributed within my local community by volunteering in and attending youth advancement programs, by teaching disadvantaged children, organising local sports events and CV clinics; local government studies and NGO’s, such as green paper consultations and conferences. During this period of austerity where under-represented communities are being disproportionally affected I wish to increase my participation and make a greater difference.

Currently, I serve as a Governor at my local comprehensive school. I have worked with the school to get integrated with the local community, serve on the Finance and Staffing committees and have worked in collaboration to get the School out of special measures. As a former Assistant Teacher working with Dudley Council I came to understand that the need for leadership, which I then applied as a mentor at Mosaic, and as a local community volunteer within Brierley Hill.

I graduated from the University of Birmingham having read law and had the opportunity to work as an intern within Corporate Policy and the Legal Department at Birmingham City Council. Due to the recession I established my own property management company.

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