Looking for your next great read? We’ve got you covered, check out the team’s book recommendations just in time for the winter break!
We believe that when young people are equipped and supported, they can shape and lead change within their communities. During #iwill Week, an annual celebration of the work young people do, we want to celebrate one of our flagship programmes: Schools Plus.
Our Bristol Hub team share a case study of their skilled placement, Climate Action Bristol, and how we’re empowering students to make a difference to local businesses and climate in Bristol as COP26 comes to an end.
Lydia Green (former Bristol Hub Manager), Sorcha Young (current Bristol Hub Manager), Fiona Walsh (Partnerships Director) and Sheri Leigh-Miles (NETpositive Futures)
Sales Director Fiona Walsh shares an update about our 2021-22 offer for webinars, workshops and training for students, staff and third sector professionals, with ticketed staff webinars and workshops currently live on Eventbrite including new package options.
Sales Director Fiona Walsh looks back on this year’s Student Volunteering Week, with highlights including our brand new webinar series, a focus on mental health and wellbeing at our Hubs, and Bristol’s One City Approach.
Our Engage for Change Programme Manager Laura Barr reflects on our case study of Engage for Change, our sustainability incubation programme at the University of Cambridge which is being featured in the Universities UK Conference on the Climate Crisis.
Laura Barr, Engage for Change Programme Manager
Sales Director Fiona Walsh shares an update about our brand new offer of webinars for students, staff and charity sector professionals, which will be launching from Student Volunteering Week and continuing twice a month across the academic term.
The Student Hubs Management Team outlines the organisation’s approach to the national lockdown implemented by the government, and the support available for students and our staff team during this period.
Sales Director Fiona Walsh shares an update about Student Hubs’ One Community Forum, an event funded by the UPP Foundation which brought together our five Hubs and external guests to discuss the issue of educational attainment and responding to Covid-19 through student volunteering.
The Student Hubs Management Team outlines their reflections from speaking to the staff team about racial injustice, and our plans and upcoming actions as an organisation to tackle this at Student Hubs and through our work.
The Student Hubs Management Team