Leeds Trinity University's volunteering is a significant part of what's on offer for students. Our opportunities are built from established relationships with local, regional and national organisations. It's a chance to gain experience in your area of work in a fun and rewarding way.
Volunteering has given me the opportunity to complete my coursework and gain a part-time job.Kirsten Todd, Jigsaw Visitors Centre at Armley Prison as part of an optional volunteering module, BSc (Hons) Psychology
Our status as an inspired award validator means that you're eligible to have your commitment to volunteering recognised by the UK's leading youth volunteering charity. Vinspired is an independent charity dedicated to helping young people volunteer in ways that matter to them.
Volunteering made me realise that giving up my time to help others and making a positive difference to someone's day, is very rewarding. It was a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people.
Laura Johnston, Richmond Hill Elderly Action in Leeds, BA (Hons) Early Years in Childhood Studies
Top five reasons to volunteer
- help you become more employable
- make a statement about you on your CV
- boost your confidence
- develop your skillset
- help you to meet new people, make new friends and gain useful contacts for your career
Need to recruit volunteers?Employers in the voluntary sector are invited to connect with our Volunteering team.
We work collaboratively with related organisations across the country to provide opportunities to meet and network amongst each other.
Our Volunteering Co-ordinator, Carol Green, will be able to point you towards the events organised by Leeds Trinity.