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Community Volunteering Opportunities

Would you like to meet new people and take on new challenges while contributing to fantastic local causes?

Strathclyde Students are encouraged to contribute and bring value to communities which will increase their personal experiences, develop skills and encourage a sense of civic responsibility and inclusion. The opportunities on offer are diverse, wide ranging and constantly increasing.

Check out our CURRENT VOLUNTEERING ROLES below. Click on the name of the opportunity to find out more about each role.

Opportunitysort icon Summary Organisation(s) Type(s)
VTO Volunteer Tutors

Volunteer tutors required to help children who have fallen behind with their schoolwork, via 1-2-1 home tuition or at homework clubs. 

Volunteer Tutors Organisation Children, Mentoring, Young People
Volunteer ESOL Tutor

ESOL tutors required to provide support to young people aged 16-25 from Black and Minority Ethnic communities. 

Youth Community Support Agency BME, Integration, Young People
USSA Welcome Team 2017

Do you want to be a part of one of the most exciting and inclusive Teams on Campus during Freshers Week? 

USSA On campus, One-offs, Student Community
Student Ambassador

Student Ambassadors required to represent and raise the profile of Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity across the university campus. 

Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity Children, Fundraising, Health and Wellbeing
StrathGuides Campus Day Volunteers

Student-led teams required to hold a Campus Day for 2nd year Secondary school pupils. Develop skills in leadership, mentoring and creative thinking, while contributing to the future of local young people.  

University of Strathclyde Students' Association Children, Employability, Integration, Mentoring, On campus, Student Community, Widening Access, Young People
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USSA, 90 John Street, Glasgow, G1 1JH, The University of Strathclyde Students' Association is a charity registered in Scotland, No:SCO05914