Whatever your degree, Royal Holloway Volunteering exist to get involved in the wider community through volunteering. The team run many collaborative projects with local community organisations as they connect, train and support staff and students seeking to volunteer in the local area and beyond. Whether it is teaching English to young refugees, supporting your local foodbank, cutting down invasive trees or holding tea parties for isolated elderly people, we have opportunities for you.
Volunteering Leadership Roles are a great way to get involved in different activities, learn new skills and build your confidence and CV, all while helping local people. Through volunteering you can take the lead on a Social Action project, help recruit volunteers and organise volunteering events.
Royal Holloway Volunteering currently has more than 2,300 registered volunteers and over 240 community partners. With such a wealth of opportunities, we’re bound to have a project to make your time at university just that little bit more worthwhile and can give you the chance to make a genuine difference in the community
There are now over 14 sustainable Social Action projects that individuals and groups can volunteer to be involved with too. By helping to lead these projects you can leave your mark on the local community and make a difference in people’s lives.
Volunteering Project Leader role description
Volunteering Team Leader role description
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Volunteer Leader Role Application
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