Answered By: Michael Ewen
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2017     Views: 39

Volunteer in the Library

Are you interested in gaining some volunteering experience that fits in around your studies? Then look no further than the Brynmor Jones Library, based right at the heart of the University campus. As one of our volunteers you will have the opportunity to be involved in a diverse range of activities to suit your development. Activities can include:  dealing with customer queries, workshop facilitation, book shelving and providing feedback on library services and resources.

No previous experience is required, we only ask that you are enthusiastic, reliable and willing to try new things! If you volunteer with us you will be provided with thorough training to ensure that you develop new skills and are supported to fulfil the role. With the vast range of experiences on offer, you will have tons of experience to apply for a Hull Employability Award (which we strongly encourage you to apply for and will support you with).

To find out more, please email libraryvolunteers@hull.ac.uk

PASS

PASS is an established initiative within the University, supported by the Skills Team and academic departments. PASS involves higher year student volunteers working in pairs with small groups of first year students in weekly timetabled sessions. We are currently running PASS in six subject areas: Biology, Business, Politics and International Relations, Geography, Geology and Psychology and hope to expand to more in coming years.

We have finished recruiting for the 2016/17 academic year but if you are interested in getting involved in future years, please contact skills@hull.ac.uk.

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