Leadership Programme – Wales/Cymru (LPW)
Leadership Programme - Wales/Cymru (LPW)
The Leadership Programme is a personal and professional development programme for
undergraduates. The programme combines residential training seminars, a paid work
placement and volunteering, which together enhance your education, employability
and citizenship skills.
Support comes not only from the staff and peers but also from our alumni base of Graduate Fellows who
provide advice, encouragement and a useful network for your career development. We have trained
over 1,900 Fellows on our programmes since 1986 and they have gone on to become leaders in a
diverse range of industries.
The Windsor Fellowship helps to develop leaders who in turn help to sustain and grow the organisation.
Graduate Fellows participate by attending seminars as Guides, marketing the WF to their employers
or potential applicants or even joining the Trustee Board.
About the Welsh Government
The Welsh Government is the devolved Government of Wales. They are responsible for delivering and
developing policies and programmes for most of the day-to-day concerns of the people of Wales,
including Health, Education, Social Justice, Rural affairs, Transport and Economic Development.
The Welsh Government offers a whole range of career opportunities for administrators, managers and policy
experts in a range of fields. We also employ many specialists – including economists, lawyers and accountants.
As part of the Welsh Governments’ effort to reflect the diversity of the UK’s population, it is partnering with
the Windsor Fellowship to offer a 50-week Internship Programme in addition to the 6-8 week 2019 Summer Internship
for recent graduates from Black African, Black Caribbean or Asian backgrounds. The aim of the Programme is to
provide work experience, employability support and guidance to individuals from communities that are
currently under-represented in the Welsh Government graduate level workforce.
In the second year of a three year undergraduate degree or in the third year of a four year undergraduate degree
From a Black African, Black Caribbean or Asian minority ethnic group
Able to commit to all parts of the Programme (see application form and below)
You should also be a UK National, Commonwealth Citizen, EEA, Swiss national or foreign national with the legal right to enter, live in and work in the United Kingdom (UK) for an unlimited period, to comply with Civil Service nationality rules.
We are looking for applicants living and/or studying in Wales.
The Leadership Programme for Undergraduates – Wales/Cymru includes:
5 seminars involving intensive personal development and professional skills training
An outdoor Personal Enhancement Programme (PEP)
Your choice of voluntary work
Continuous support from an allocated Development Mentor
Undergraduate internship 6-8 weeks (July - August 2019)
Graduate internship 50 weeks (August 2020 to August 2021)
How to Apply
See here for the application form. You will be asked to upload the following documents to the application form:
A cover letter supporting your application to the particular Welsh Government Department that you are interested in.
Closing date for applications 15th March 2019
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to the w/c 18th March 2019
WF Assessment Centre in Cardiff, Wales
which will consist of a presentation,
interview and group exercise.
Sponsor selection, with results announced. 5th April 2019
If you have any questions about the Programme, please email Karlene Mahoney: firstname.lastname@example.org