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Sports Volunteering


 

Research has shown that students engaged in coaching and sports volunteering earn on average £4000-£5000 more than those who don’t.

We helped over 65 students gain coaching and officials qualifications in 2017/18 and we have more funding available for students this year. Check out some of the students we supported last year below.

Keep in touch: sign up to our monthly sports volunteering newsletter below or email us at sportsvolunteering@rhul.ac.uk for more information on how we can support you.

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Becoming a Level 1 Netball Coach has given me fundamental skills on how to coach netball but also skills to coach people in everyday life.

Millie Martin - Royal Holloway University Netball Officer

Level 1 Qualified Netball Coach

During peak exam period the training sessions offered a good opportunity to forget about the exam stress by focusing on working and having fun with the kids.

Abdul Hassan - Runnymede Tennis Coach at the Surrey Youth Games

Level 3 Qualified Tennis Coach

I enjoy seeing the improvement in the girls I work with, it’s really positive seeing my coaching have an impact on them.

Petra Stafford Smith - Lacrosse Assistant Coach at TASIS School

Level 1 Qualified Lacrosse Coach