Green Impact volunteer auditors
Get involved and become a Green Impact student auditor, an exciting volunteer opportunity for Leeds Beckett students. Gain the skills and knowledge associated with environmental auditing and help to make a positive impact towards a more sustainable future.
Volunteering abroad is amazing! It’s exciting, rewarding, exotic, chaotic, challenging, heart-breaking, heart-warming, mind-blowing and seriously good for your employability. Find out how you can apply to volunteer in one of a whole range of group volunteering trips in countries all round the world or access funding and support in finding your own volunteering experience overseas.
You can apply to join one of our trusted partners as a volunteer, which we have a good relationship with and are used to dealing with individual volunteers. They will support and look after you through the whole process and give you advice and guidance in terms of accommodation, flights etc
The Employability Partnerships Team aims to ensure a successful student experience, whilst also seeking to develop students personal and career skills. We achieve this through great relationships, exclusive opportunities and vast knowledge of employability.
In 2014, over 600 Leeds Beckett students, alumni and staff successfully performed 81 unique volunteering and intern roles at Live at Leeds, Le tour de France , Hove Festival (Norway), Latitude, Leeds festival and Reading Festival. Every role is designed to increase student’s employability and enhance their CV.
Let Leeds Read
Let Leeds Read is a project run by Leeds Beckett Students’ Union. The project places students into local schools, to support school children with reading. This is with the aim of improving children’s reading age and boosting confidence with literacy. Student volunteers work on a 1-to-1 basis with pupils over a 8 week period.
If you would like to be a Let Leeds Read volunteer, please email LetLeedsRead@leedsbeckett.ac.uk for an application form.
Carnegie Sports Volunteering
Another way to develop a range of useful skills whilst at university, to increase your career and employability chances, and to develop your knowledge and experience within the sports industry is through sports volunteering. You can register onto the Carnegie Sports Volunteer Programme for a range of sports-related opportunities in a range of different areas. There's something for everyone - from coaching to sports development, officiating to event management. It's free to sign up, and there are benefits and awards available no matter how many hours you to.
Students' Union Volunteering
Leeds Beckett Students’ Union Volunteering Team have a fantastic range of volunteering opportunities for you to get involved in throughout your time at University. The opportunities range from 1 minute to 3 years so you are guaranteed to find an opportunity to fit around your commitments.
You can get involved in one offs, run your own project, micro volunteering (1 minute-30 minutes) or more regular volunteering. The LBSU Volunteering Team work with over 100 local charities so you are sure to find an opportunity which inspires you to go that extra mile to get involved!
Your time at University will fly by so get involved with as much as you can, make the most of every opportunity to learn new skills, broaden your experiences and find what inspires you.
A large number of local charities and organisation who are in need of volunteers for specific events or activities will advertise their volunteering through MyHub. So if you want to help out at a local 10K race or spend some time fundraising for MacMillan please check on vacancies section of MyHub.