There’s more to University than just lectures, libraries and sit-down learning. Go Volunteer aims to make sure you get the most out of your time at University through our volunteering opportunities, allowing you to develop the skills future employers look for, supplement your degree, help the local community and make new friends.
We offer a range of opportunities including student led projects, such as growing fresh produce at Cockle Park Farm, learning beer science with our Microbrewery, assisting refugees develop their English language skills and helping disadvantaged communities. With over 150 projects for you to get involved in varying from one-off projects to long-term opportunities, you really can tailor your experience to fit around your University life.
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Get in touch:
Activities Centre, 1st Floor, Newcastle University Students' Union
0191 239 3926
Got an idea of your own? You can apply for one of our grants going up to £1,000 to set up your own volunteering idea or project. Our team of project workers will also be on hand to get your idea up and running.
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Training & Development
With our comprehensive programme of workshops, training and leadership programme, accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), we can support you in developing vital skills to further your future career.
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Career Development Module (CDM)
Our Career Development Module (CDM) placement allows you to gain University credits whilst also picking up valuable experience.
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