Skip to main content
KBS_Icon_questionmark link-ico

Go to…

Join the Student Advisory Board for Volunteering

Join the Student Advisory Board for Volunteering

Are you passionate about volunteering and social responsibility? Do you want to shape a brand-new service at King’s to gain transferable skills and experiences in collaboration, communication, and leadership?

King’s Volunteering are currently recruiting paid members for their Student Advisory Board.

The board will play an essential role in influencing the development and delivery of the new volunteering service, launched in June 2022, which aims to streamline the discovery of volunteering opportunities for students, staff and alumni. They will ensure that students’ needs are at the core of the service so that all King’s students are empowered to make a difference.

What I enjoyed the most about this opportunity was the chance of trying something new. My time at university is about experimenting and getting involved in new areas and meeting new people, even if that is outside of my comfort zone. This was the perfect opportunity to do just that.– Student Advisory Board member 2021-22.

Volunteering, and the potential to create positive social impact, is a key priority for King’s.

This year, the Student Advisory Board for Volunteering will co-create the agenda, and potential topics include:

  • Disability inclusion and accessibility of volunteering opportunities.
  • Inclusive communications and promotion of the service.
  • How to reward and recognise volunteers.
  • Feedback and evaluation.

The Board will be run both online and in-person and you can find out more about responsibilities, recruitment and timeline in this supporting document.

Who is eligible?

This opportunity is open to all students at King’s, regardless of how much or how little you have volunteered. 

How do I apply?

Apply via Microsoft Form using your King’s email address. 

The deadline for applications is 23:59 (BST) on Friday 28 October 2022.

Board members will be paid the London Living Wage (£11.95 per hour) via King's Talent Bank.