Worth Unlimited works in a wide variety of settings and can provide a number of different volunteering opportunities.
All prospective volunteers will be assessed for suitability and will be offered a standard induction along with basic child protection and safeguarding training.
Here are some ideas of ways you can help a Worth Unlimited project:
- Helping research needs of a local neighbourhood
- Detached Street Based Work in deprived communities
- Video and Film Making Projects
- Participating in Thrive Youthwork Training achieving NVQ level 1 or level 2 Award (requires a minimum of 80 hours of teaching and 80 hours of volunteering within one year)
- Supporting young people involved in music production
- Giving young people training in web design and other forms of digital media
- Providing young people with activities linked to dance
- Sports Coaching for young people
- Supporting our Maintenance / Gardening Social Enterprises
- Support young people in developing projects linked to catering, nutrition and healthy eating
- Helping with local bike clubs in repairing bikes and providing basic maintenance
- Supporting a local youth club providing positive activities
- Providing Administrative Support to a local branch or project
- Support group work in local schools involving pupils who are at risk of exclusion
- Provide one to one mentoring for young people needing to improve aspiration and confidence
- Literacy Support through our established That Reading Thing Programme
Feel free to also contact us if you feel you have any other skills that may be appropriate.
1) Think about what type of work you might be interested in from the suggestions above (or think of some other skill/gift you could bring to Worth Unlimited) and contact us to see if we have a branch in your area (email us at Info@worthunlimited.co.uk)
2) We'll be in touch about the next steps including an application form, references, a DBS check and volunteer interview..