You will complete a one-hour mentoring session a fortnight (plus travel time).
By being a mentor you will:
- support your young person with their educational, social and personal development
- work for a leading third-sector organisation and your University
- gain experience of working with young people in a community setting
- have the opportunity to support on-campus events and lead campus tours (optional extra)
Friday 18 October - Applications close
Wednesday 23 October - Volunteer Mentor Training and Selection event
Contact Kirsty Mayson at email@example.com if you have any questions
How to apply
To apply to be an IntoUniversity volunteer, please follow the link below to the online application form.
Applications will close at 4pm on Friday 18 October.
If successful, you will be invited to attend a Volunteer Mentor Training and Selection event on Wednesday 23 October.
University of Nottingham has been working in partnership with IntoUniversity - an educational charity – since 2011.
IntoUniversity supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by providing local learning centres in Broxtowe, Hyson Green and St Ann's, where young people are inspired to achieve.
As an IntoUniversity volunteer, you will be an integral part of the IntoUniversity team. You will help to raise aspirations and attainment among local young people and inspire them to go to university, whilst also developing your employability skills.
The team is focused on supporting you to achieve and so far, eight of our volunteers have been shortlisted as finalists in various volunteering awards with five award winners.
We are keen to continue to recruit committed volunteers and to reward you for your hard work.