Come along to the 'Get Into Volunteering Festival' this National Student Volunteering Week and discover a plethora of volunteering opportunities and benefits.
Gaining real-world work experience through volunteering is a great way for you to build skills, increase employability, and enjoy a range of other benefits such as:
- Meeting new people
- Becoming a leader
- Giving back to the community
- Enhancing your CV
- Improving mental and physical health
- Working in a team
- Testing out a career
- Discovering new places
Community organisations across Southampton are crying out for student volunteers to help deliver programs in all sectors. From health care, business, event management to teaching, the beauty of volunteering is its broad scope, accessibility, and flexibility around your studying and work commitments. And best of all, you often don’t need any specific volunteer skills - just a positive attitude.
Join us at our ‘Get into Volunteering’ Festival this National Student Volunteering Week and discover some of the opportunities available both locally and abroad for you in 2024. Today we are welcoming to Solent:
The charity of Southampton Football Club, Saints supports people in need throughout Southampton, providing life-changing opportunities to help our city and its communities thrive. To achieve this, they are always looking for talented individuals to join them in their mission through a range of voluntary roles supporting projects covering health, gender equality, education, and employability. Drop by and find out more about how you can make a difference.
Are you interested in culture, history, and heritage? Perhaps you speak a second language and would enjoy the opportunity to welcome people to our city? If the answer is yes, then this could be a fantastic opportunity for you! Delivering an entertaining programme of walks and talks for visitors, cruise ships passengers and residents around the city, See Southampton has a range of exciting voluntary roles based in the heart of the city. Come and find out more about how you can get involved and enhance your CV.
Could you offer a neighbourly hand to help support vulnerable communities and make a difference in people’s lives? Based in Southampton, Communicare is a local charity which enriches the quality of life of lonely and isolated people across the city. With a wide variety of volunteering roles from helping with shopping and DIY to just having friendly conversations on the phone, all you need is a kind heart and a little time to spare. Drop by and find out more about how your compassion can make a massive difference in the city.