JVN supports the 10th Annual Student Volunteering Week!

Student Volunteering Week was established in 2001 to raise the profile of student volunteering in universities and colleges. Volunteering England has worked hard to highlight the role that volunteering plays in enhancing personal and professional development and creating cohesion between different communities. The theme for 2011 is ‘Inspiring futures; connecting communities’ and there are numerous events are happening all around the nation, for more details, log on here!

 

Student Volunteering Week

JVN, as the one stop shop for Jewish Volunteering, is fully involved in student volunteering and is currently working with the Coexistence Trust on their Campus Ambassadors tour, which kicked off around the UK’s universities this February. We also provide Internship opportunities and volunteering opportunities in Jewish and other charities on our website. So whether it’s via university events or via JVN, Student Volunteering Week is the perfect opportunity to learn new skills, network, meet new people, and promote issues on campus close to your heart. Get involved today!

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Categories: Volunteering Events

Author:Mike

Hi, I'm Mike, JVN's Youth Co-ordinator and blogger. I'll be blogging about all sorts of issues affecting the volunteering community, with a particular focus on how recent developments might affect the UK Jewish community's volunteers. I'm always interested to read the comments you make. If you have something you want to see in the JVN blog, e-mail me at mike@jvn.org.uk and I'll be happy to talk. And if you're inspired by any of my blogs to volunteer, log on to www.jvn.org.uk and register to find your perfect volunteering opportunity.

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