At Active Volunteers we aim to work in partnership with
organisations like yours to help you develop your work with the
help of our volunteers.
The mutual benefits of such partnerships are many.
If you are a voluntary or community organisation within the West
Midlands region, please read how we may be able to support you.
Our volunteers include students and staff at the University,
from any background, age 18 or above; most are students aged
between 18 and 25. We have a number of international students from
all over the world.
Students volunteer for a number of reasons:
There is a constant demand for us to find suitable placements
within local voluntary organisations, for students who are looking
to go into teaching, social and health care, the law, media and the
arts etc. after finishing their studies.
When considering student volunteers the following points should
be taken into account:
Our aim is to work in partnership with organisations like yours
to help to develop your work with our volunteers. We ask that you
help us to ensure that we are providing volunteers with a quality
placement. You can do this by completing our Volunteering
Opportunity Registration form, which gives us information about
your project and the volunteering opportunities available, as well
as any support you provide.
To register your volunteering opportunities, please download the registration form or contact
Active Volunteers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the project is registered, the information provided will be
featured in our Active Volunteers database, handbook and website.
We can also display posters for you to promote your volunteering
We ask that you keep records of volunteers recruited through
Active Volunteers, and respond to requests for monitoring and
evaluation of student volunteering activity.
We also ask to be kept informed of any major changes in your
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