Discover new ambitions and friends…
There are many reasons why people consider work experience and voluntary work.
It’s a fantastic opportunity to gain a reference and discover more about yourself and what you find enjoyable. It’s also a great way to ease yourself into a new routine.
As well as giving something back to the community, you’ll meet new friends and take away experiences and skills which will look great on your CV!
Experience and voluntary work are particularly beneficial for people looking to build confidence or manage health conditions and are great stepping stones for anyone looking for paid work. Employers look favourably on people who volunteer as it demonstrates qualities and skills that go a long way in the workplace.
For more information please call the EST team on 023 9259 5158 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers with parenting experience – Alton, Bordon & Liphook
Home-Start Weywater is a local independent charity looking for volunteers to offer friendship and support to parents with young children who are finding it difficult to cope with the stress and difficulties of everyday life. Volunteers require patience, understanding and commitment, together with parenting experience.
Volunteers (various skills) – Whitehill & Bordon
The Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust is an organisation that support active, healthy and social lifestyles and are looking for volunteers to help with administration, community projects, community gardening, events, fundraising and in our community cafe.
Volunteers with an interest in history and the arts – Petersfield
Memories brought Home are looking for volunteers with an interest in history, art & craft, photography and creative writing to assist with local heritage workshops, designed to help people feeling lonely or isolated.
Volunteering with the British Heart Foundation – Various locations
BHF Retail are now recruiting volunteers for various roles across the UK. Our volunteers make a big difference in their local communities and will receive a full induction and further training in specific roles.