Volunteering in Youth Friendly Wolverhampton

Thinking about volunteering in Youth Friendly Wolverhampton? There are all kinds of organisations and resources. Build new skills, meet new people, try new things… and you can boost your confidence and CV too.

Volunteering in Wolverhampton

Your very first stop is to visit the Wolverhampton Volunteers website. They put a focus on local volunteering opportunties.

National Volunteering Organisation

Ready to branch out with your research? The National Volunteering Organisation gives loads of info about what it is like to volunteer, how to do it safely and where to find out about opportunities in your area.

Be Collective

This organisation is really interesting. You can browse the latest volunteering opportunities listed on their site. However the Be Collective platform also lets you build your CV from the skills you’ve gained by volunteering. Handy! Find out more about Be Collective and see what you think.

National Citizenship Service

Designed specifically for 16 and 17 year olds, the NCS experience will give you a clearer idea of what you want from your future. Find out more about the NCS volunteering and experience programme.

The Prince’s Trust Programme

The Prince’s Trust runs a 12-week personal development programme for 16-25 year olds. It provides a chance to gain new skills, take a qualification and meet new people.

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