What is volunteering?
Keele SU defines volunteering as any activity that involves spending time, unpaid, doing something that aims to benefit the environment, or individuals other than yourself, or community groups.
This can include volunteering in a set role with a registered charity or volunteering informally carrying out roles such fundraising or community social action. Central to this definition is the fact that volunteering must be a choice freely made by you.
If you are not sure if your activities count towards the Keele SU Volunteering Awards, please get in touch with a member of the department, we are more than happy to help!
Some Volunnteering roles we recognise are:
- Community Volunteering
- Student Voice Representatives
- Club and Society Committees
- Society Executives
- AU Committee
- Keele SU Part-time Elected Officers
- Student Trustees
- Campaign Groups
- Those attending SU Training and Skills Sessions
- Work Experience
To find out more details on details of the tasks that count within these roles and work towards our awards, create a profile.