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Volunteering is at the core of what we do. We have people volunteering their time to support our community football and dance activities, volunteer bus drivers to ensure that our kids get to our holiday camps, staff volunteering their time to support young people and a range of corporate and community-based supporters volunteering their time to give a helping hand at our many events.

 

Our volunteer programme is open to young people ages 14-24 who are participants in our services and have shown an interest in being involved in a programme where they can make new friends, try new things and gain skills and qualifications. Our Head of Special Projects co-ordinates our Volunteer Development Programme.

If you would like to know more about the Volunteer Development Programme or know a young person who may benefit from it, please get in touch with us at 07375 670032

 

 

 

 

Some of our volunteers at Easter Camp 2019

 

 

What does the Volunteer Programme include…

Our Volunteer Development Programme is a stepping-stone for young people using our services to take part in a structured and active programme to learn, develop and gain confidence. We have been delivering a successful programme since 2013. Young people attend weekly sessions, take part in workshops, talks, presentations and activity sessions to gain skills and qualifications. They volunteer their time to develop at or holiday camps and school and community based sessions, to help others and to realise their potential. In the past we have teamed up with Barclay’s Bank Life Skills programme to deliver weekly workshops in managing money, how to tackle a job interview and how to be the best you.   We now have a number of young people who have completed the programme and are employed with thew charity or are Achieve More Scotland ambassadors. As ambassadors, they learn how to lead on activities and promote Achieve More Scotland within their communities.