Log all your volunteering activity this academic year, if you complete more than 15 hours volunteering with us you can receive a WV certificate and the hours recorded on your HEAR
When working regularly with children or vulnerable adults you need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service check. International residents will also need a Certificate of Good Conduct.
We want to make sure that you are never out of pocket when volunteering, so we reimburse any reasonable expenses incurred. Tickets or receipts are required.
Experience the UK outside of the University environment by volunteering. We will make it as easy as possible for you, but there is legal information to be aware of.
Lloyds Scholars, this section is for you. All of the information that you will require regarding your training, internships, events and socials can be found here.
Our volunteering policies and procedures outline your rights; what you can expect as a volunteer and also your responsibilities; what is expected of you. Make sure that you are aware of these policies and procedures.
Project Leaders and Session Leaders, this section is for you. It contains some great information and resources which will help you lead a successful volunteering project.
Warwick Volunteers provides training to all volunteers relevant to the project that they are joining. This ensures that you are fully prepared for your experience.
In this section we have information to help you to plan your journey to your volunteering activity. It also includes journey planners and the taxi booking form.