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Career Coaching

Free Career Coaching for your team

Our regular clients who work with us on a retained basis receive an extra free benefit from working with The Right Ethos – Free Career Coaching.

We started offering Career Coaching in 2008 in response to candidates who we couldn’t help as they didn’t have the experience required by our clients. But it was also clear from their questions and reactions that they didn’t know how to obtain this experience.

With a little bit of guidance and direction through our Career Coaching, these people had questions answered that although obvious to those already working in charities, were not to candidates seeking new opportunities in the third sector. They are tested on their commitment and given options of individual pathways that fitted their interests and personal circumstances to gain a role in the charity sector.

We now offer Career Coaching for free for our best clients.


Action For Children have used this service – we went in and held a session with two interns who wanted to get their first paid roles in policy and campaigns.



In May 2017, our Director, Jonathan Dearth, went into the National Union of Students and held a session with 5 members of their Executive Committee coming to the end of their term of office. He held a general session for all the individuals covering common issues. This was then followed up with personal individual sessions to cover private issues in line with their individual circumstances.


If your organisation is a committed client of The Right Ethos then we can offer this service to your staff and interns in your office at no cost to you.

About The Right Ethos

The Right Ethos was set up after our founder, Jonathan Dearth, had worked in the campaigning sector for 13 years, for campaigning organisations including Amnesty International, Shelter, Liberty and the World Development Movement. It was set up as a response to multi-sector recruitment consultancies moving in on the charity sector, and in particular not recognising that people who work for campaigning organisations are motivated by justice and long term change.