Tag: Skilled Placements

Service Learning: Accessible Opportunities for Meeting Student and Community Need

Former Kingston Hub Programme Managers Annie Yonkers and Clara Johnston reflect on the impact of Service Learning on Kingston University students and community partners.

Annie Yonkers, Clara Johnston and Fiona Walsh

Higher Education, Impact, Skilled Placements, Social Action


Service Learning: Addressing Participation Barriers With ‘Real-World’ Learning

Kingston Hub Manager Harry Hodges reflects on the impact of Service Learning on academics at Kingston University and the need for social action as part of in-curricular modules.

Harry Hodges and Fiona Walsh

Community, Education, Higher Education, Skilled Placements


How we’re continuing to engage students and communities during the Covid-19 outbreak

We want to update you on the steps that we at Student Hubs have been taking in response to COVID-19.


Winchester Hub launches the Social Innovation Programme

The Social Innovation Programme (SIP) is a 6-8 week course where students receive training and support to act as student consultants for local charities and social enterprises. Students work in teams to tackle a challenge faced by the local charity, writing a report highlighting innovative solutions the organisation can then implement.

Sorcha Young

Impact, Skilled Placements