Not sure how to keep yourself busy this summer? Or have you always wanted to get involved with volunteering, but you just haven’t had the time yet? Why not use this summer to start volunteering, whether you’re new to it or haven’t been able to get stuck in for a while. We’ve collated some of our many opportunities available this summer, both in London and a couple abroad, for you to start off with.
Help the wardens of the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park to carry out vital management work in the Ecology Park on Wednesdays or Saturdays.
Black Cultural Archives requires volunteers to conduct hands-on activities for early years, primary and secondary school groups in our Learning Space.
Research Assistant, Asia Studies Centre
The Asia Studies Centre at The Henry Jackson Society is looking for an individual with demonstrable interest in East Asian or Indo-Pacific affairs who would like to gain experience working in a policy institute.
SEED’s Conservation Programme works to integrate scientific research with community conservation to build knowledge and capacity for sustainable conservation efforts.
Short Term Volunteering Opportunities Abroad
Change a young person’s life this summer: become a university student mentor with IntoUniversity.
Can’t find an opportunity?
If you can’t see a suitable opportunity for you here, then search on CareerHub for one of our other 200+ ongoing opportunities or book a one-to-one with Gabriella Monasso, the Volunteer Centre Manager if you have more questions. And why not follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with our events and opportunities and read our blog for more volunteering tips and stories.