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  • KeeleSU Volunteering logo

    Campus Green Team

    KeeleSU Volunteering

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Care about our campus? Join our new Campus Green Team! We'll send you opportunities throughout the year where you can support the Estates Team to keep our campus green, clean and beautiful! You will help with maintaining and developing our green spaces on campus, such as through gardening, planting and building footpaths. No experience necessary, and equipment will be provided.

    • EnvironmentalConservation, Sustainability, Wildlife
    • LocationOn Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Research & Planning
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Organisation
  • KeeleSU Volunteering logo

    Sustainability Benchmark Award Auditor

    KeeleSU Volunteering

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date. Applications closed on 18 Feb.

    Sustainability Benchmark Award The Sustainability Benchmark Award is an engagement scheme with an awards element, designed to encourage, support and celebrate university Directorates and Schools in making environmental and sustainability improvements. Interested staff volunteered to participate in the scheme and received a workbook outlining achievable environmental and sustainability criteria. All the criteria relate to practical actions and initiatives such as running an energy awareness campaign or engaging students in sustainability. Auditing All Directorates and Schools participating in the Sustainability Benchmark Criteria will need an audit to verify their level of achievement… and this is where you come in. We’re looking for volunteer auditors to visit the departments and conduct audits. Each volunteer auditor will receive training on the criteria and what they need to audit. Working in pairs, auditors will then complete one or more audit. Support will be offered throughout the process by the University’s sustainability team. The training will be provided prior to the audit and a free working lunch will be available. An audit should take between one and two hours to complete depending on the size of the department or School. Benefits to auditors: • To find out more about environmental issues at the University • To contribute to the environmental improvements being made • To gain the skills and knowledge associated with environmental auditing • To improve your CV and gain valuable employability skills • Free lunch! What skills do I need? No technical knowledge is needed! Full training will be provided. All you need is an interest in environmental issues. The training and auditing will take place between 1pm and 5pm on Thursday 21st of February. If you have any further questions please contact sustainability@keele.ac.uk

    • EnvironmentalConservation, Sustainability
    • LocationOn Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Interpersonal Skills
  • KeeleSU Volunteering logo

    First Tech Challenge Volunteer

    KeeleSU Volunteering

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date. Applications closed on 05 Mar.

    FIRST® Tech Challenge UK is a charity on a mission to transform the UK’s relationship with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) - reaching, inspiring, and engaging the next generation of science and technology leaders through the provision of accessible, mentor-based educational programmes and competitions grounded in robotics. We have a mission to develop the interest and excitement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths in the students and young people in our care. First Tech Challenge is recognised as one of the main supporters of STEM development in the USA, where the First Tech Challenge is well established and enjoys a massive following within their education system. This programme in the UK is brand new and fully supported by First Tech Challenge and Entrust STEM Ambassadors Hub. Our regional Championships will take place on Friday March 15th 2019 at the: Concord Conference Centre, Runway Visitors Park, Old Wilmslow Road, Altincham, Cheshire, WA15 8XQ To make this an epic event for our teams we will be holding the championships in the shadow of one of Britons most iconic feats of engineering, Concord. The championships will involve 400 young people from schools and organisations across Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent.and Manchester. This can only happen with your help. Can you spare a day to make a massive difference to our teams? We need 75 volunteers to carry out a number of roles from Games Referee to General Stewards for the day. Full training for the roles will be given and you will become the championship makers, helping to ensure the challenge is a fantastic success. We will provide transport and refreshments for the day. If you feel this is something that you would like to get involved in and possibly support in the future as well, use the link on the flyer to register or to have a chat and find out more, please contact Martin Ebsworth Programme Lead at martin@firsttechchallengeuk.org or call anytime on 07784237842.

    • Culture & SportEvents
    • LocationOff Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Organisation
    • Leadership
  • KeeleSU Volunteering logo

    Campus Clean-Up

    KeeleSU Volunteering

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Want to help keep the campus clean and make Keele University look the best it can possibly be? This event involves groups of students working together to help tidy various areas of the campus. Post clean up will involve weighing bags of rubbish, separating it up into recycling, compost and rubbish. The rubbish collected will then be displayed by the SU. This will take place on Saturday 23rd March at 10am-1pm, students should meet at the Forrest of Light.

    • EnvironmentalConservation, Sustainability, Wildlife
    • LocationOn Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Do something positive with my spare time, Give something back to the community, Help others, Meet new people, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Interpersonal Skills
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    Licensed Mini Bus Driver (Over 21)

    KeeleSU Volunteering

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Keele Crusaders are in need of a second driver to help assist them in their Three Peaks Challenge on the 27th and 28th April 2019. Driving is split but is required for up to 14 hours a day (6/7 each). You need to be above 21, have a clean drivers licence and to have not been involved in any accidents over the past 5 years. The challenge is being held to raise money for the MS Society which aims to fund research towards a cure for the neurological condition.

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    Costume Performer for Bookbenches Trail

    KeeleSU Volunteering

    This opportunity takes place from 09 Apr 2019. Closing date for applications is 05 Apr.

    Central Library in Stoke on 9th April from 10.30pm till around 13.30pm. The Student Learning Team here at Keele are supporting a wonderful community project part of The Literary Trust's aim to get more families reading and out and about, known as 'Bookbenches trail'. The Literary Trust is looking for some volunteers to dress up as literary characters (costumes will be provided) at the launch event, to pose for photos with the school children and welcome them into the event.

    • ProfessionsMarketing
    • EducationSchools
    • Culture & SportEvents, Art & Creativity
    • CommunitiesFamilies, Young People & Children
    • LocationOff Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Give something back to the community, Learn or try new things
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Communications Skills: Non- Verbal
    • Interpersonal Skills
  • Family Services Administration Support

    Caudwell Children

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Do you want to help make a difference and support families across the UK? You can! Why not join our team of family services volunteers at our head office in Stoke on Trent and be the difference!

    • ProfessionsAdministration, Health
    • Crisis & PovertyCrisis Support
    • CommunitiesDisabilities, Families, Young People & Children
    • LocationOff Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Not sure, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Communications Skills: Non- Verbal
    • Research & Planning
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Organisation
    • Leadership
  • Community Fundraiser

    Caudwell Children

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    We rely on the generosity of our supporters and our fundraising volunteers to raise vital funds for the charity. From organising small scale events like bake sales or street collections, or asking your local businesses if they’d like a collection tin – this role is varied and is decided by you!

    • CommunitiesDisabilities, Families
    • LocationOff Campus, On Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Not sure, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Communications Skills: Non- Verbal
    • Research & Planning
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Organisation
    • Leadership
  • Administration Support Volunteer Role

    Caudwell Children

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Support the team in an administrative capacity. Processing applications and family support referrals. Use IT systems to undertake a range of office tasks, general office duties, including filing, data entry and answering the telephone where necessary. Some desirable skills for this position are: Administration/office skills, IT literate, ability to speak with people from all backgrounds, ability to maintain and respect confidentiality, professional telephone manner, ability to work as part of a team, good organisational skills, ability to relate to disabled children, young people and their families. For more information or to apply please click this link https://www.caudwellchildren.com/become-a-volunteer/

    • ProfessionsAdministration, IT
    • CommunitiesDisabilities, Families
    • LocationOn Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Organisation
  • Receptionist Volunteer Role

    Caudwell Children

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    To provide an efficient warm welcome to visitors arriving at the centre. To assist with any visitor inquiries and answering the telephone when necessary. Desirable but not required skills would be: Administration/office skills, IT literate, ability to speak to people from all backgrounds, to be empathetic, and understanding of people whose reasons for visiting the centre may be varied, ability to maintain and respect confidentiality, ability to work as a team, ability to relate to disabled children, young people and their families. For more information or to apply please click this link https://www.caudwellchildren.com/become-a-volunteer/

    • ProfessionsAdministration, IT
    • CommunitiesDisabilities, Families
    • LocationOn Campus
    • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Use my skills
    • Communication Skills: Verbal
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Organisation
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