Volunteers and Friends of GT Scholars – Volunteer opportunities for the new academic year!

Volunteers and Friends of GT Scholars – Volunteer opportunities for the new academic year!

The new academic year is just a couple of weeks away and we would like to share a few upcoming opportunities with you before the year starts.

New programmes for young people!

A few new programmes will be introduced. We will be closing the Awards and Academic Programmes and launching the Headstart programme that focuses on young people in Years 7 & 8 followed by the Bright Ambitions programme aimed at young people in Years 9 -11 and the Future Leaders programme designed for young people in Years 12 and 13.  Please feel free to contact us to find out about volunteering opportunities in these exciting new programmes.

Volunteer STEM Workshop Facilitator

A brand new series of STEM workshops are also in the lineup. To launch this series, our pilot workshop GirlMeetsCode will introduce young girls between the ages of 11-16 to the world of coding and make careers in technology more accessible to them. If you have experience in coding and care about improving the quality of STEM education reply this email to find out more about our Volunteer STEM Workshop Facilitator role and how you can apply.

Learn + Volunteer = SkillsxChange!

We are always looking for photographers to help us at our events! If you’d like to improve your photography skills then SkillsxChange might be perfect for you. SkillsxChange allows you to attend a professional photography course and get a partial refund on your course fees for every day that you volunteer as a photographer with GT Scholars. Please feel free to contact our office for more information.

GT Scholars is a not-for-profit social enterprise and registered charity. Our after-school tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programmes are designed to help young people aged 11-18 achieve their academic and career aspirations. Contact us to find out how you can join us a volunteer tutor or mentor and make a difference in young people’s lives.

Friends of GT Scholars Volunteers