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Volunteering opportunities of the week

Haven’t decided what volunteering opportunity you want to do? Check out our volunteering opportunities of the week and pick your favourite! Also don’t forget to check out our one-off volunteering programme. We’ve added two new one-offs and bookings are now open. So get your friends together and sign up for a one-off!
Volunteering opportunities of the week

Web designer

Finance Support Office Volunteer

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World Mental Health day – volunteering opportunities

Every year on 10 October World Mental Health day takes place. Research has shown that by volunteering you can not only help improve other people’s well-being but also your own. Therefore, we’ve selected the following six volunteering opportunities related to mental health and well-being for you.
Volunteering opportunities of the week

Befriend a vulnerable adult

Ambassador

Support people affected by mental illness

Well-being Volunteer

Helpline […]

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    Join a team of LSE students for a one-off volunteering opportunity

Join a team of LSE students for a one-off volunteering opportunity

The programme
We’ve created the one-off volunteering programme to give you a chance to do something good whilst meeting other LSE students. It’s also an opportunity to explore London and experience what it’s like to volunteer in the UK. No previous volunteering experience is needed so everyone can come along. A member of the Volunteer Centre will meet student volunteers on […]

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Carole’s top tip for students: volunteer!

Carole Reniero (BA Social Anthropology 2018) is a Head Coach at CoachBright. She wrote a blogpost on her volunteering experiences and CoachBright let us share it with you. If this inspires you to volunteer with CoachBright then make sure to apply by 28 September 2017 to become an Education Coach. The organisation will also come to the LSE Volunteering Fair on Monday 2 October […]

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    Come talk to charities during #CharityTuesday in Michaelmas Term

Come talk to charities during #CharityTuesday in Michaelmas Term

#CharityTuesday
Every Tuesday during term, the LSE Volunteer Centre invites a different charity to campus for Charity Tuesdays. #CharityTuesday started on social media platforms several years ago as a way of generating conversations and sharing thoughts about the third sector. It offers a great chance to find out more about the breadth of the sector and chat to current employees, but also aims […]

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Interning in Body & Soul’s HIV programme

Kristen Hagemeister (MSc Development Studies 2017) has been interning in Body & Soul’s HIV programme for the past three months. Working in the Children’s Centre, she has interacted closely with children and their parents. This has given her a unique insight into the lives of people affected by HIV. Here, as her internship draws to a close, she reflects […]

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    Calling all charities – get involved with the LSE Volunteer Centre

Calling all charities – get involved with the LSE Volunteer Centre

The LSE Volunteer Centre connects students with charities to help them find rewarding volunteering opportunities. About 40 percent of our students currently volunteer during their time at LSE and we aim to increase this number even further. We’re therefore always on the lookout for interesting volunteering opportunities.
How can you get involved?
Upload your opportunities on our vacancy board
The easiest and […]

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5 ways volunteering improves your chances of getting a job

Volunteering is good for you, in more ways than one. We know that students who volunteer at LSE say they feel more a part of the School, and research shows that volunteering can do all manner of positive things including increasing your sense of wellbeing. But volunteering can also can improve your chances of getting a job:
1. Know what […]

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International development volunteering in London

Joseph Carroll (MSc Conflict Studies 2017) volunteered with Teach A Man To Fish as an International Programmes Assistant after encountering their team at the annual LSE Careers International Development Volunteering Fair in January. We chatted with him to see what it was like to volunteer for the organisation. They’re currently recruiting an International Programmes Assistant so why not apply if Joseph’s experience sounds […]

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Why volunteering should be prized

LSE alum Bobak Saadat (BSc in Social Anthropology 2015) is now Fundraising Product Officer at Child.org. He delivered an amazing speech at our annual LSE Volunteers event on 27 April in which he highlighted the importance of volunteering and we didn’t want to keep this from you. So read on for Bobak’s inspirational perspective on volunteering:

Why volunteering should be prized
I […]

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    An LSE student’s perspective: volunteering with Age UK Islington

An LSE student’s perspective: volunteering with Age UK Islington

Selina Wan, BSc Economics, has been volunteering as a Volunteer Adviser for Age UK Islington since October 2016, coming in once a week for appointments with clients at a community drop-in. After in-depth training, and shadowing other volunteer advisers, she now helps clients with a range of issues. As an adviser, she helps clients find their way around online […]

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    LSE Voluntary Organisation of the Year 2017 – Future Frontiers

LSE Voluntary Organisation of the Year 2017 – Future Frontiers

Future Frontiers has done brilliant work over the past year and many LSE students got involved. We were therefore delighted to award the LSE Voluntary Organisation of the Year award to them the LSE Volunteers event on 27 April based on their involvement of activities on campus, quality of the opportunities open to LSE students, number of recruits and feedback […]

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Volunteering with LSE Sustainability

Ever wondered what the LSE Sustainability team does and how you can get involved? We talked to the team about three of its Sustainable LSE projects in which student volunteers are integral – read on for more!
The impact of LSE student volunteers
The LSE Sustainability team is soon to host its annual Celebration of Sustainability event to celebrate all the […]

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LSE Volunteer of the Year 2017 – Tazeen Dhanani

While studying for her MSc in Human Rights, Tazeen Dhanani has managed to volunteer for a range of organisations and she was one of our a Student Volunteering Ambassadors. The numbers of hours that Tazeen put in is impressive, but her dedication to volunteering is even more so. We were therefore delighted to award Tazeen the LSE Volunteer of the […]

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    The LSE Volunteer Centre presents the #JustOneMinute campaign

The LSE Volunteer Centre presents the #JustOneMinute campaign

After the great success of our #JustOneHour campaign, the LSE Volunteer Centre now presents the #JustOneMinute campaign. We understand you’re all very busy with revision so you might not have a spare hour at the moment as you’re probably living in the library, surrounded by your (stressed) fellow students and the smells of take-away food.

Breaks are however extremely important during revision time […]

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LSE Volunteer of the Year 2017 nominations

This year, the LSE Volunteer Centre was fortunate enough to receive nominations for 27 students for the LSE Volunteer of the Year award. We’d like to take this change to give a massive shout out to all nominees. You’re volunteering has been invaluable and your nomination is a recognition of your great efforts! Selecting a winner will therefore be challenging, […]

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What’s it like to be a school governor?

What does a school governor do?
The main responsibilities of the governing body are to:

set the strategic direction of the school
hold the headteacher to account
oversee the financial performance of the school

Typically, with school visits, reading and meetings, you might expect to spend 10-15 hours per term on the role. As well as the obvious benefits to schools […]

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Become a trustee for a charity

Need for diversity in charity boards
The House of Lords Select Committee on Charities recently issued the Stronger charities for a stronger society report. The report mainly focuses on the issues of charity governance, funding and sustainability for smaller and medium sized charities. To help charities cope with their rapidly changing environment, the Committee provides 42 recommendations. One of these […]

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One-off volunteering: Nature conservationist

After rain comes…
On a rainy Wednesday morning, four LSE students woke up early to meet the LSE Volunteer Centre Team on campus at 9am. If you find this an achievement in itself, you’ll be even more impressed by the fact that they signed up to volunteer for a whole day at the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park. This park is made […]

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    The heart of volunteering is to create a positive impact on society

The heart of volunteering is to create a positive impact on society

Yllka Krasniqi is a second year History and Government undergraduate in the LSE Department of Government and an LSE Student Volunteering Ambassador. She wrote about her volunteering experiences for the LSE Government Department blog and we didn’t want to keep this from you!

What motivated you to sign up as an LSE Student Volunteering Ambassador?

I was motivated to sign up to be an LSE […]

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