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Volunteering for Youth & Under 30s

 

Volunteering is a great way to give something back, looks good on CVs and applications, lets you meet new people and is fun! Plus, if you're aged 14-25, you can be recognised through Millennium Volunteers.

 

Volunteer Profiles

What makes people like you volunteer? Well, here's your chance to see what they are all about

Christopher Seeley
Name: Christopher Seeley
Age: 17

What inspired you to get involved?
I thought that working with School Aid Romania would be a once in a life time opportunity. It sounded like an amazing experience.

What does your volunteering involve?
School Aid Romania is a cross community organisation that brings together different schools and young people across Northern Ireland. I attend weekly meetings, plan and organise fundraising events for the charity. I travelled to Romania for an entire week in February. When in Romania, we visited several institutions, delivering and purchasing aid.

What skills or qualities are required for your volunteering role?
You need to work well in a team and have good communication skills.

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Volunteer overseas

If you want to travel, see the world and meet new people, while gaining new personal experiences and enhancing your work experience, then overseas volunteering may be for you!

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