Volunteering at the Chaplaincy’s Meeting House – student volunteers are required to welcome visitors and ensure a friendly atmosphere in the building.
Global Assistants – a new volunteering and employability project run by the Immigration & International Student Advice Team.
Wales Weekend Volunteering Projects – the Immigration & International Student Advice Team (IISA) is pleased to be able to offer students exciting opportunities under a new volunteering and employability project.
The Students’ Union has various roles that are filled by volunteers. These include:
Course Reps – who work with the University and represent students from their courses.
Students Voice Reps (SVRs) – SVRs work to enhance learning, teaching and student experience at a Faculty-level for current and future students.
Union committees and Student Council– taking a committee position (chair, secretary or treasurer) in a student club or society. Committee members can gain experience in fundraising, running a committee, organising events and management of a society. This can develop skills in networking, budgeting and marketing. For all queries about volunteering opportunities please email the student activities officer: [email protected]
Throughout the year the Students’ Union run various volunteering opportunities. There are a number of ways you can get involved and make a difference while at USWSU whether you want to get involved in local work, community projects or get involved in something fun for a good cause. Please email [email protected] or visit your nearest SU.