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NTU Staff Volunteering

NTU's Employee Volunteering and Community Involvement scheme enables colleagues to volunteer with local organisations in a variety of fulfilling roles. Whilst supporting the local community, volunteering is also a credible way of developing competency-related skills among our staff.

At Nottingham Trent University, we have been monitoring our situation with regard to the Coronavirus closely, preparing to take appropriate action as the national position changes. NTU and CenSCE remain open, however some opportunities within the voluntary sector may not currently be available. The situation will be continually reviewed, and we’ll keep in touch about any developments. Our aim is to keep you informed, connected and supported. For any queries, please contact us, at

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Staff volunteer at Stonebridge City farm

There are a range of volunteering opportunities available to you, in schools, charities and local not-for-profit organisations, split into three categories:

  • Volunteering with schools
  • Volunteering in governance
  • Volunteering in the community

Visit the staff volunteering website for more information

International Volunteering Team Mentors

The Volunteering Team in CenSCE operates an International Volunteering programme for NTU students. This gives them the opportunity to volunteer alongside an ethical, not-for-profit organisation working to combat poverty or disadvantage. The opportunity enables the students to develop skills, gain wider global citizenship experiences and share their skills with people in one of 5 different countries - Guatemala, Romania, Uganda Fiji and Greece

We look for NTU staff to act as Team Mentors to the students on the international volunteering programme. This role is an important part of the support we give to the students and the international charities with which we work.

More information about these roles will be available shortly.

Still need help?

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