A celebration of student volunteering
20 February 2008
UCL's Voluntary Services Unit (VSU) will be celebrating UCL students who volunteer on 28th February from 5-7pm in the Garden Room, Wilkins Building.
The VSU exists to encourage and support UCL students who volunteer in local projects, and to create a bridge between UCL and local communities. Last year, 420 students gave 12,600 hours in activities ranging across the volunteering sector - in environmental projects, science and language education programmes, with disabled and elderly people, in campaigning organisations and in community arts projects, and many more.
'A Celebration of Student Volunteering' is a chance to find out more about the work of the unit, how we can assist students, and how we connect with UCL's Global Citizenship agenda. There will be a buffet and drinks reception, and representatives from the VSU's community partners will be in attendance.
This event has been organised to mark National Student Volunteering Week.
To find out more about the VSU, use the link at the top of the article.