Home Uncategorized Become a PEPF trustee or adviser

Become a PEPF trustee or adviser

Private Education Policy Forum is looking for trustees and advisers to diversify the skillsets and perspectives on its board, and develop its strategy as a platform for research and debate in 2022-2024.

Private schools and private education in the UK is a big and complex issue which the public deserve intelligent, evidence-informed research and policy proposals on. We’re the only thinktank dedicated to that. Come and help us grow.

We are looking for both board members and expert advisers to join our dedicated and talented board members, in order to:

  • move PEPF from a volunteer-run to a sustainable, fund and grant-securing organisation
  • to develop a clear marketing and awareness strategy of PEPF’s work
  • to generate research and present evidence-based policy proposals

You do not need to be well-known or already leading an organisation. The key skill sets we are looking for are:

  • fundraising and grant writing expertise
  • academic research
  • policy development and writing
  • marketing
  • charitable status application
  • taking a small voluntary organisation to a sustainable, funded organisation

Interested?

For further information on how to apply, download this PDF here:

If you are interested but want to find out more before applying, please send us your name, current role and a basic outline of your previous experience, stating you would like to discuss the trustee and/or adviser roles, using the expression of interest form below.

We will then be in touch to explain further.

Discussion

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More from PEPF

Getting in, Getting On: HE and the private school debate

The 93% Club and PEPF collaborated to deliver an event debate

Fact Finder tool on private education

You can search key information about private schools and education here

Private Schooling, Educational Transitions, and Early Labour Market Outcomes

This study compares private school effects in Australia, England and US

Follow PEPF

109FansLike
0FollowersFollow
0FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe

Latest Posts