My Career is a library of resources to help you develop your career, identify your strengths, develop in new areas, improve your personal profile and find support in challenging times. Available to Individual Members of the Chartered Institute.
CV & Cover Letter Builder
Elevator Pitch Builder
In addition to these main tools, Individual Members also have access to thousands of articles and podcasts; 200 business skill courses; 5,000 company profiles; 1,500 employer videos; 75 IT skills courses and our job search engine powered by CharityJob.
If you are in an Individual Member, you can access My Career simply by logging in to your account and heading to the 'member benefits' section found in the navigation sidebar and selecting 'My Career'.
If this is your first time accessing our website, you will need to register and create a new password.
New members can join by registering for an account and completing the Individual Membership application form by clicking on ‘become a member’ on the Individual Membership page.
Whether you’re interested in developing your fundraising career, expanding your networks, or discovering the latest ideas and trends the Chartered Institute can support you on your journey.
Individual membership costs the equivalent of £8.99 a month by direct debit* (£107.88 annually).
Paying up front by card is £117.
*the monthly instalment amount can change depending on the date you join. For example, the annual direct debit fee of £107.88 may be spread over 11 payments instead of 12.
If you have any queries about My Career, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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