Give your time
People who generously share their skills, knowledge and expertise make a real difference to our students, staff and researchers.
Volunteers help people reach their full potential and contribute to outstanding work.
There are lots of great volunteering opportunities coming up at the University this autumn.
Volunteer opportunities available now
Could you help mentor a student entrepreneur?
We're looking for creative people, experienced in the world of business who can help our current students with innovative problem-solving. Alumni mentors can be from any professional background and able to join us for either one or two days in Nottingham in November 2015 (for at least half a day).
For more information, email Kelly Cookson (Nottingham University Business School) at email@example.com
Volunteering is a great way to gain new skills for your CV while helping shape the future of our students and research. Alumni volunteers are really important - your knowledge and experiences are highly valued.
Want to take part?
Please contact our new Head of Volunteering, Rachael Green at firstname.lastname@example.org
What our volunteers say...
When you’ve helped students through the creative problem solving process and suddenly you see the light bulbs come on, it’s a really fab experience. Sharing your skills is a great way to spend the day.
I had a great time at Nottingham. I benefitted from studying here and I want to make sure that others do too. Volunteering is my way of giving something back to the University that helped me.
(LLB Law, 1991)
I don't really see volunteering as an alumni ambassador as work because I have such a good time doing it. You get to meet so many different people and broaden your horizons as well.
(Industrial Economics, 2001)
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