De Montfort University Volunteering

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De Montfort University Volunteering

Volunteering at De Montfort University as a graduate is a fantastic way to stay connected to the University whilst making a huge difference to current and prospective students. Former students can offer an insight into life after graduation and provide a network for students who may not have friends or family who have attended University or are in their chosen career.

However much time you can give, or whatever expertise you have to share, there’s a volunteering opportunity for you, and we’d love to help you work with us.

If you are a graduate of De Montfort University, or any of our predecessor institutions, and would like to volunteer with us, please complete our online form to express your interest.

If there isn’t a current volunteer opportunity available at the moment, we’re sure something will come up in the future that will suit your availability and interests. We’ll contact you by email with the latest events and activities.

#DMUlocal

Working alongside Leicester City Council and other organisations, #DMUlocal offers a wide range of exciting projects that meet the needs of communities and have a transformative impact.

To learn more about #DMUlocal, and how you can get involved, visit the #DMUlocal website.

DSU volunteering

DSU Volunteering provides access to hundreds of unique and exciting volunteering opportunities across Leicester and Leicestershire. As well as giving you the chance to volunteer within your students’ union, DSU volunteering have links with over 300 local organisations in need of volunteers.

Youy can find out more and register on the volunteering page of the DSU website.

Macmillan volunteering

The innovative Macmillan DMU volunteering scheme improves the lives of people in Leicester, and increasing the employability of our students.

Volunteering is open to all students, but if you are studying a Health and Life Sciences subject you have the opportunity to undertake the scheme as a module and gain an additional 15 credits to your programme.