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Volunteer with us...

Here at Brunswick Hub, we have a small team of volunteers work in a variety of different roles, helping us to deliver a wide range of activities and services. Each role contributes to making our Community Centre thrive.

We're not always looking for volunteers to fill a specific role, but if you've got some time to give and would like to see if we can find a place for you,  we'd be happy to hear from you!

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Volunteering opportunities

Find out more about our current opportunities.

What will volunteering do for me?

Confidence in your abilities can easily be lost if you have been out of the work place for a while.
Volunteering allows you the opportunity to make an important contribution on less formal and more flexible basis, in a role where you are supported and valued.

Quote from Helen Keller saying “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

5 Reasons to volunteer

Its fulfilling...

Giving back to your community allows you to connect with those around you who are in need and make a difference for a cause that you care about.

Making new friends and staying active...

Many people who find themselves with free time miss getting out and interacting with a team. Volunteering gives you a place to go on a regular basis where you can fulfil an important role alongside others, for a common cause.

Using and valuing skills...

Volunteering can be a great way to learn new skills or maintain current ones. this can benefit you if you are looking for paid employment. Organisations which have volunteering opportunities are often willing to provide free training.

Avoid gaps on your CV and get a reference...

If you're not currently in employment, it doesn't mean that your CV has to suffer. Volunteering shows potential employers that you are willing to make a commitment and that you are adding to your skill set even while out of work.

You can also ask for a reference from the organisation that you are volunteering for when making job applications.

Networking with professionals...

Even though the organisation you volunteer for might not be able to offer you a paid position, you could be in a good position to learn of other full or part time employment opportunities. In addition, if you're lucky enough to volunteer at an organisation that puts on events these are a great opportunity to meet potential employers.

By volunteering, you can use your skills to help others within your community and potentially find the job you desire.

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Volunteering questions and answers

Visit our questions and answers page.