Careers with history: School organiser for a children's charity

Choosing history

Interview with Janine Anolue, School organiser for a children's charity

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Janine Anolue completed an undergraduate degree in history with the original plan of completing a conversion course to study law. Janine now works as a school organiser for a children’s charity. Her work consists of visiting different schools and meeting with head teachers and leadership teams to educate them on improving safeguarding. The skill sets that she developed from a history degree are diverse and led her to a better understanding of the world around her. It taught her to be analytical, and her dissertation allowed her to visit Ghana - where her family is originally from - to conduct research on British and Ghanaian relations.

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