MetTemps offers both paid work within the University and voluntary roles within local charities and community organisations.
We are looking for Volunteer Business Mentors. Our clients who are starting, or have just started, their own business are waiting to learn from you! Could you help keep them motivated, on track and face the challenges they will meet along the way?
Moderating is a very satisfying and convenient way to make a direct contribution to the charity and to people affected by autism. You will be directly involved in supporting a lively and fascinating peer to peer community. You will be part of a team of like-minded people (moderators) who with the Community Manager maintain and develop the Community.
This is an exciting opportunity to support the National Autistic Society’s busy and vibrant national Autism Helpline and Supporter Relations team. In exchange for your help, we will provide ongoing supervision, support and training throughout your role.
We are currently looking for volunteers who can help us to answer victims emails. We offer all our volunteers comprehensive training in issues which surround stalking and harassment such as: stalking legislation and other relevant laws, civil and legal measures clients can take, domestic violence and its effects and stalker typologies. We believe supporting volunteers is crucial to them getting the most out of the experience and so we always aim to make our volunteers feel very much part of the team. We offer in depth support whilst volunteers are learning, debriefing at the end of every shift, one-to-one support as well as continued training opportunities
Primarily assisting the Programmes and Communications associate with the redevelopment of the Walkabout website. This part-time position is ideal for a design/web developer student who can help in the redesign project of our website, and in setting out and creating our brand guidelines brief.
A Home-Start Westminster Volunteer offers regular support, friendship and practical help to families with young children who are experiencing difficulties, in their own homes, helping to prevent family crisis or breakdown. This Role requires a high level of commitment and reliability and will be supported by the Home-Start Coordinator.
We are looking for an enthusiastic person who is passionate about international development with good writing skills. The internship will be varied and include: researching trusts and foundations, writing applications, sending out applications & reports, managing progress on a centralised calendar and using your initiative. The Starfish UK London office is fairly small and therefore you will become very much part of the team, being able to experience the operations of a dynamic, young charity. Travel expenses will be covered.
Starfish is looking for an enthusiastic person who is passionate about international development and interested in fundraising and education. Your tasks will include relationship building (with primary schools through to universities), research, volunteer recruitment, fundraising, marketing and general administration. The Starfish UK London office is fairly small and therefore you will become very much part of the team, being able to experience the operations of a dynamic, young charity. This is a great opportunity to gain invaluable experience and enhance your CV and travel expenses will be covered.
Action Tutoring is an exciting educational charity that supports young people facing socio-economic disadvantage to achieve a meaningful level of academic attainment. This enables them to go onto further education, employment or training. We partner high quality volunteer tutors with primary and secondary school pupils to increase their subject knowledge, whilst building on confidence and study skills.