Have you been inspired by Student Volunteering Week?

19-25 February is Student Volunteering Week

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Volunteering is for everyone, and though it can feel tricky trying to squeeze it in to your studies, there are lots of opportunities that can fit around your timetable, and the benefits are enormous.

We've put some opportunities together that are perfect for students! These roles will allow you to share your experience of being student, and grow you skills for your career or even your course. 80% of employers value volunteering on a CV and almost a quarter of people who volunteered said volunteering helped them get a promotion!

To apply for any of these roles, click the role title. If you're looking for more opportunities, have you signed up to our newsletter? We post a newsletter full of opportunities just like these every fortnight.

Student Mentor – Into University Brent

Are you a university student or have you graduated in the last year? Give something back to the community by mentoring a young person, and develop valuable new skills and experience in the process! You'll be matched with a young person aged 11-17, and provide tailored, one-to-one support for their academic attainment, social skills and future planning.The scheme has been awarded Approved Provider status by the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation – a mark of best practice. You'll be given full training and ongoing support to help you and your mentee.


Community Information and Researcher – CVS Brent

If you're interested in research or need research experience for your career, this role can help you get it. Volunteer in this Community Information and Researcher role to help CVS Brent's valuable programme helping to reduce social isolation. You'll get an insight into social action in the community, programme reporting and research tools.


Leaders and Helpers – Scouts Willesden District

Volunteering with the Scouts means adventure, excitement, and a whole new community of young people looking to you for insight. This rewarding role will be something you won't regret and takes just a few hours a week, usually in the evenings. You'll try lots of new things and they'll gain your experience and support.