The All Saints Educational Trust makes personal grant awards to teachers, intending teachers and students in Religious Studies, Home Economics and related areas. Corporate awards are made for imaginative new projects which will enhance the Church's contribution to higher and further education.

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The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu"I am very glad to commend to students and teachers the scheme of awards for training and career development offered by the All Saints Educational Trust. While I was Bishop of Stepney, I came to appreciate the support offered by the Trust for a whole range of Christian Adult Education initiatives." - Sentamu Ebor

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The Directors of the College of All Saints Foundation (which is the corporate Trustee of the All Saints Educational Trust) wish to appoint a scholar formerly supported by the Trust to join its Board of Directors for a renewable three year term.

The new Director would be required to attend Board meetings in London twice a year usually in November and June - and in addition, to attend two meetings of either the Awards Committee or the Finance & General Purposes Committee. These are held respectively in April and May, and In April and October, each year. The Board allocates Directors to its Committees depending on qualifications, experience and the Committee's needs.

We are looking for an individual who was supported by the Trust in Religious Education studies, Public Health, or Food Nutrition, who is keen to join the Board bringing to bear his or her specialism in our core subjects, experience as a seeker and recipient of financial support and any other skills relevant to the future decision making of our Committees.

Please contact the Clerk to the Trust, Mr K.D. Mitchell at
Knightrider House, 2 Knightrider Court, London, EC4V 5AR
T: 0207 248 8380
E: kevin@aset.org.uk
to obtain further details.

Kevin D. Mitchell
1st May 2019