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31 January 2022

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Calling all St Hugh’s students who would like to be part of the 2022 Telephone Campaign

The College is holding it’s 2022 Telephone Campaign between 28 March and 11 April 2022 and is looking for enthusiastic students who want to make a significant impact to St Hugh’s while developing relevant skills in communication, marketing, and negotiation.

During the two weeks students will have the opportunity to earn over £500 from the comfort of their own desks. Full training and support will be provided.

The telethon will be virtual again this year so there is no requirement for callers to be in College. Equipment will be provided if required.

Applications are now open – to apply please click here. The deadline for applications is Thursday 17 February 2022.

If you have any queries about the role, contact the or drop by their office in MGA 2.

Below are some quotes from callers in our previous campaign:

“I liked talking to so many different people doing such interesting things with their career and getting advice from them. I also like the feeling of satisfaction when you get a donation.”

“Very rewarding as you gain a lot of career and life advice from impressive, interesting people; yet also challenging as you have to be open minded and curious and have a different, flexible approach with each call.”

“I enjoyed speaking with alumni and campaigning for something I care about.”


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