Nicholas Fryer

Nicholas Fryer conducted the first ever survey for Young Charity Trustees in July 2013, aiming to explore young people’s experiences and perceptions of charity trusteeship in the UK. Nicholas undertook the survey as a research project for the 2012/13 Charityworks graduate program, which aims to recruit and develop graduates for non-profit organizations. Prior to that, Nicholas worked for nonprofits in Canada and the Middle East, having graduated in 2010 from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He is currently in training to become an officer in the Royal Navy.

Posts by Nicholas Fryer

  • We need to do more to attract young people to sit on charity boards (01.27.14 )

    By Nicholas Fryer, Graduate, Charityworks Being a trustee can provide a career boost for young people and improve an organization’s diversity – it must be encouraged. With governance perennially in voluntary sector headlines and past indications that many charities have board vacancies, young people represent an untapped resource for trustee recruitment.

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