As we all know, volunteering your time to a cause can be one of the most rewarding things you can do. Not only do you learn all sorts of new skills and techniques, you also meet lots of new people from all walks of life.
But sometimes, it's nice to get some sort of recognition for all those hours you've dedicated to a cause. That's why we have several schemes to give you just that. Plus they look pretty awesome on a CV! We're now on LinkedIn, remember to say that you've volunteered with us on your profile.
Through us, you can gain a V-Inspired Certificate - an accredited award scheme to show your dedication to volunteering efforts. We sign you straight up for the V50 - you'd be suprised how quickly the hours rack up!
We can sign you off for the service section of your Duke of Edinburgh Award! Just remember to bring along your log book for us to sign off on the task days. Once you've completed the required number of hours, then the President will sign you off.
LEED2300 Graduate Skills for Professional Development (previously LEED2004 - The Leeds Award)
Did you know that you can gain academic credit for your society volunteering activity? You can use LUU Conservation Volunteers as the focus for an elective module – LEED2300, The LEEDS Award. For more details, check out the Sport and Physical Activity website page, or contact Andy Lockwood via email on firstname.lastname@example.org