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Bethan Wilson

January 15th, 2021

What’s coming up this term in the LSE Volunteer Centre?

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Estimated reading time: 10 minutes

Bethan Wilson

January 15th, 2021

What’s coming up this term in the LSE Volunteer Centre?

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Estimated reading time: 10 minutes

Welcome back! We hope you’ve had a restful winter break and if you had exams, we hope they’re a distant memory. Whilst we had anticipated to be back on campus with you this Lent Term, we’ve still put together an awesome collection of events for you to get involved in to kick-start you volunteering in 2021. Need some inspiration? Check out your ambassadors reasons why volunteering should be part of your new years resolution.

Take Action 2021

In Michaelmas we launched a brand new seminar series which explored some of society’s most pressing issues and how we, as the LSE community, can take action. This term is no different, and we’ll be exploring Education Inequality, Food Insecurity and Black Lives Matter. At each event our expert panel of charities, academics and members of the LSE community will discuss the topic, how students can get involved and finish with a Q&A. Sign up on CareerHub!

One-off volunteering

Afraid you don’t have time to volunteer? Or have you never volunteered before? Why not join one of our one-off volunteering opportunities and meet students from around the school whilst doing something good. Opportunities take up maximum one day, with no further commitment.

The LSE Community Engagement Programme

On January 20th we’ll be starting our brand new programme with 49 students, who will be volunteering their time to complete a consultancy project for 7 different charities! Through teamwork, research and passion our LSE student volunteers will be helping our wider community over Lent Term, stay tuned for updates.

Not sure where to start? Here’s a list of actions you could do right now!

  1. Scroll through our events this term! We’ve put together a really interesting variety of seminars, panels and one-off volunteering sessions for you.
  2. Check CareerHub for opportunities to volunteer your time with an amazing group of London organisations and charities.
  3. Book a one-to-one appointmentwith Volunteer Centre Manager, David Coles! He can discuss how you can get involved, what to expect from volunteering and answer other questions you may have.
  4. Have a chat with one of the Student Volunteering Ambassadors, to find out more about volunteering whilst studying. They’re already passionate about volunteering and would love to hear from you!

 

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Bethan Wilson

Beth’s main responsibilities are working with a fantastic team of Student Volunteering Ambassadors and coordinating the centre’s marketing and communications. As an LSE alumni, Beth strives to put the LSE student experience at the heart of everything the Volunteer Centre does.

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