Are you a graduate or professional?
Are you available to volunteer 4-20 hours per week?
Would you like to use your skills to make a difference in the lives of young people?

GT Scholars is a social enterprise that works with young people from a range of backgrounds, giving them the support, strategies and skills that they need to achieve their academic and career aspirations.

We charge means-tested fees for our programmes and use profits to provide our programme free of charge to young people from the lowest income groups.

About GT Scholars CIC

GT Scholars (CIC) is a social enterprise that provides tutoring, mentoring and enrichment to young people from a range of backgrounds. We charge means-tested fees and use profits to provide our programme free of charge to young people from the lowest income groups.

We’re looking for volunteers that are passionate about potential! Our goal is to help more state school pupils gain access to the most selective universities and the most competitive careers.

There are a range of charitable organisations and social enterprises offering programmes to improve the life chances of young people. However, The GT Scholars programme has the capacity to work with a wide range of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and pupils do not need to be referred by their school in order to qualify for support.

What are we looking for?

We’re looking for volunteer team members and leaders that have expertise or would like to develop expertise in one or more of the following: Programme management, Recruitment, Sales & Marketing, Public Relations, Social media, Communications, Fundraising, Business Development and Accounts.

Volunteers team members must:
1. Be highly motivated and committed to making a difference
2. Be available for 4-20 hours per week
3. Be able to attend monthly team meetups in London (usually on the 2nd Saturday of the month)

Most team members and leaders complete their volunteering tasks and projects from home. We meet every month for a couple of hours in our office in Central London.

This is a unique way of volunteering and we hope that you will enjoy joining our team.

We’ll provide training and support for your role and we will need to conduct a DBS check (criminal record check) before you can join us as a team member or team leader. We also reimburse transportation fees and lunch for any volunteering days in our office in London.

Practical Considerations

As a volunteer team member or team leader you’ll need to be available for at least 4-20 hours per week. We’ll aim to give you tasks and projects that match your availability and area of interest.

You’ll need to be available for our monthly meet up in London. The meetup gives you a chance to meet and work collaboratively with other team members and leaders. The meetup is usually on the second Saturday of every month and the sessions take place in London with transport and lunch reimbursed.

We recruit team member and team leaders throughout the year. You’ll need to be available for a minimum of 3 months. We’ll provide training and support for your role and once you have passed the interview stage, we will need to conduct a DBS check (criminal record check).