LSE InternationalDevelopmentVolunteering Fair2018#LSEIDEP18lse.ac.uk/volunteercentre
Welcome to the 2018 LSE International Development Volunteering FairThis evening you have the opportunity to meet a range of organisationsrecruiting people to volunteer in international development in London andoverseas.This event is hosted by the LSE Volunteer Centre. We are here to inspireand support you to find the right volunteering opportunity during yourtime at LSE. Come and speak to us this evening to hear more about howwe can help.Our research shows that thousands of you will volunteer during your timeat LSE and will make a huge impact with hundreds of organisations.Volunteering can also improve your LSE experience helping you make newfriends, explore London and understand your course.You can view our online vacancy board, LSE CareerHub, which currentlyhas over 200 opportunities to volunteer including fundraising, research,community engagement, and mentoring roles. We promote roles to suitwhatever spare time you have, from just one hour to two days a week.To keep up to date with volunteering at LSE sign up to our newsletter byadding volunteering to your preferences on CareerHub and follow us onsocial media.This fair is part of the LSE Careers International Development EventsProgramme (IDEP). To sign up to other presentations and seminars pleasevisit the IDEP website.We hope you enjoy the evening!Gabriella MonassoLSE Volunteer Centre Manager
Upcoming volunteering eventsYoung Funding Network @ LSE6 February, 6:30 - 9:00pmJoin for a fun live fundraising eventStudent Volunteering Week 201819 - 23 FebruaryA week of events to promote and celebrate student volunteering.One-off volunteering: Get fit and give back with the GoodGym20 February, 5:30 - 7pmJoin a group run and help out a community projectOne-off volunteering: Operation War Diary23 February, 2-4pmHelp transcribe World War One DiariesOne-off volunteering: Knitting for charity20 March, 1-3pmGive knitting a go and knit something for charityOne-off volunteering opportunitiesBrowse and book the programme on CareerHub#CharityTuesdayMeet charities outside SAW throughout termLogin to CareerHub for full listings and booking and to book an appointment(Tuesdays 10-11am and Thursday 2-4pm).
Got a question?If you’d like to get more advice about volunteering you can book a one-to-onevolunteering appointment via CareerHub. You can also send yourquestions to [email protected] your volunteering experiencesSo many students take part in one-off and long-term volunteering whilst at LSEand we’d love to hear about your experiences.There are a couple of ways in which you can let us know how you get on and whatit’s like volunteering with your charity of choice: Tweet or Instagram pictures (@lsevolunteering) email us a blog/article ([email protected])LSE Volunteer CentreStand 20lse.ac.uk/volunteercentreVisit careers.lse.ac.uk toThe LSE Volunteer Centre is here to help you find a voluntary opportunity at acharity during your time at LSE. We work with many different charities acrossLondon and internationally and advertise opportunities that range from one offcommunity projects to part-time internships.We run seminars and one-to-one appointments to help you find the perfectopportunity. We also organise many one-off volunteering opportunities where youcan participate with a team of LSE students in a volunteering opportunity for acouple of hours to a day. You can come by our stall to learn more about ourservices and events.
Afghanistan and Central AsianStand 13acaa.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingThe Afghanistan & Central Asian Association (ACAA) is a successful frontlineAfghan charity set up in 2001 to promote British values and support theintegration of disadvantaged and vulnerable refugees, asylum seekers and newarrivals into mainstream British society through the provision of a diverse rangeof holistic services.Our services include ESOL classes, supplementary school, mentoring, internshipsand volunteer placements, free legal advice, employment workshops, women'ssupport group, social and cultural events, sports activities and Mental Healthsupport. We are the ideal placement opportunity for those interested inInternational development, law, politics, humanitarianism or those interested inworking within the charity sector.Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development (ACTED)Stand 5acted.org/enApplication deadline: OngoingSince 1993, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief tosupport those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creatinglonger term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential.ACTED endeavours to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience;promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance andsupport the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and theirpotential.We go the last mile: ACTED’s mission is to save lives and support people inmeeting their needs. With a team of 4,300 national staff and 300 internationalstaff, ACTED is active in 36 countries and implement more than 450 projects ayear reaching over 11 million beneficiaries.
Akshaya PatraStand 7foodforeducation.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingAkshaya Patra tackles malnutrition and hunger by providing hot nutritious schoolmeals in over 13,200 schools across India reaching 1.7 million children every day!We are the world’s largest NGO-run school meals provider and aim to reach 5million by 2020. We offer volunteer opportunities for students here in the UK aswell as in India. Students can spend time in our award-winning state of the artkitchens in India which has been a case study at Harvard and MIT. Visit the schoolsand speak to the students, and hear first-hand the impact these meals have intheir lives. Previous students have written case study reports and blogs from theirvisits. In the UK, we offer various fundraising opportunities and encouragestudents to attend our events.Breaking BarriersStand 8breaking-barriers.co.ukApplication deadline: OngoingSince 1993, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief tosupport those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creatinglonger term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential.ACTED endeavours to respond to humanitarian crises and build resilience;promote inclusive and sustainable growth; co-construct effective governance andsupport the building of civil society worldwide by investing in people and theirpotential.We go the last mile: ACTED’s mission is to save lives and support people inmeeting their needs. With a team of 4,300 national staff and 300 internationalstaff, ACTED is active in 36 countries and implement more than 450 projects ayear reaching over 11 million beneficiaries.
Education Partnerships AfricaStand 16epafrica.org.ukApplication deadline: 2 February2018EPAfrica is a volunteer-led international development charity, with almost 30years of experience working with rural secondary schools in East Africa. InSummer 2018, successful applicants will fly to Kenya or Uganda to work in closepartnership with one of our partner schools, bringing about long-lasting,sustainable improvements to the school's resource base. This opportunity offers ahigh degree of autonomy and responsibility and as such, we are looking foradaptable, driven volunteers who will be committed to seeing their projectsthrough over a 10-week period.GlobalGivingStand 12globalgiving.orgApplication deadline: OngoingGlobalGiving is the first and largest crowdfundingcommunity that connects nonprofits, donors, and companies in nearly everycountry around the world. We make it possible for nonprofits to access the tools,training and support they need to make our world a better place. Our mission isto transform aid and philanthropy to accelerate community-led change.We currently have three opportunities open to students:Research Volunteer (London office, one vacancy)Project Coordinator (London office, one vacancy)Project Evaluator (part of our annual Evaluation Programme; we train skilledvolunteers in project evaluation and nonprofit management to provide in-countrysupport to our partner organisations overseas. Ten places are available)
Inter-Cultural Youth ExchangeStand 18icye.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingVolunteering with ICYE UK is a transformational experience with real impact. Ourethical programme promotes peace and intercultural awareness, helping to fulfilour mission through culture sharing and by encouraging young people to live,learn and work together.You can join us for as little as 3 weeks or up to 12 months and support localprojects throughout Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe. No matter how longyou volunteer for, you’ll work with local NGOs on impactful projects that matterand through your project, you’ll benefit from personal and professionaldevelopment, giving you the chance to share cultures and ideas, and gain newskills and experience.InternewsStand 3internews.orgApplication deadline: OngoingInternews supports local media around the world to give communities at thegrassroots level the information that they need to make informed choices aboutthe world around them, to hold their elected representatives to account and helpthem better understand critical issues in their country.This is a new position reporting directly to the Head of Major Gifts, who hasoperational responsibility for our mission-led fundraising efforts among High Networth Individuals, Trusts & Foundations and Corporate Donors in the UK andacross Europe. The major responsibility of the team is to generate funds from theprivate sector to support our work around the world.
LepraStand 9lepra.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingBy volunteering for Lepra, you’ll join a team who have been working for over 90years to change the lives of those affected by leprosy and other neglecteddiseases. We’ve played an active part in developing new treatments and we haveworked to help shape global strategies to work to beat this disease. There is acure, but sadly, many do not seek treatment due to poor health education,stigma and many having to travel hundreds of miles to access healthcarefacilities.We have opportunities within Events Planning, Communications and Marketing,Donor Support Fundraising, Programmes, On-site student representatives anddesignated one-off third-party events. To find out more please visit the website.MedairStand 15relief.medair.org/enApplication deadline: OngoingMedair is an international humanitarian charity motivated by Christian faith,whose mission is to relieve human suffering in some of the world’s most remoteand devastated places. We bring relief and recovery to people in crisis, savinglives in emergencies and then staying to help people recover with dignity,working side by side with communities to leave a lasting impact. We provide arange of emergency relief and recovery services, in a number of countries: Healthcare and nutrition, safe water, sanitation, hygiene, shelter and infrastructure.We seek motivated volunteers in our London office, offering experience of thework of Medair, and an opportunity to further their interest in the humanitariansector.
Médecins du MondeStand 6medecinsdumonde.org/enApplication deadline: OngoingFor more than 30 years, Médecins du Monde, has been caring for the mostvulnerable populations at home and abroad. Those working for this independentorganisation do not solely dispense care and treatment but condemn violations ofhuman dignity and rights and fight to improve matters for populations living inprecarious situations. MdM focuses on 5 priority areas: health of migrants anddisplaced persons, sexual and reproductive health, harm reduction, health andenvironment, emergencies and crisis. We currently work in 45 countries withnearly 70 programs.Raleigh InternationalStand 14raleighinternational.org/Application deadline: OngoingA Raleigh Expedition is a unique overseas volunteering programme for youngpeople. Expeditions aren’t like other volunteer programmes. They combineworking in an international team on remote community and environmentalprojects AND an unforgettable adventure trek in some of the most incredibleareas of the world. You can choose from 4, 5, 7 or 10 week Expeditions inMalaysian Borneo, Nepal, Nicaragua & Costa Rica or Tanzania. You will bechallenged, have an adventure and belong to something worthwhile.
RESULTS UKStand 17results.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingRESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed, everyday people. RESULTSgrassroots campaigners take action locally to fight global poverty – using theirvoices to influence political decisions that will change the world. They receivetraining and support to become skilled advocates, from influencing MPs to policymakers, and engaging others within their community. RESULTS campaigners inLondon meet as a group on the first Tuesday of each month to plan and takecampaign actions and organise events. They regularly join our nationalconference calls, learning more about international development and sharingtheir successes from around the UK.MedairStand 11savethechildren.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingSave the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the UK and aroundthe world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn andprotection from harm.Volunteers are a crucial part of our organisation. Working as one team, wecombine skills and experience to create positive change for children. We havelots of great opportunities for you to get involved: whether as a speaker,campaigner or event organiser or by helping out in one of our literacyprogrammes, shops or our office, there’s something that will suit your scheduleand interests. Come and by our stall to find out more – we’re looking forward tomeeting you!
SEED MadagascarStand 10madagascar.co.ukApplication deadline: OngoingSEED Madagascar works in local partnerships to implement health, education,conservation and sustainable livelihoods projects, in the Anosy region, a remotearea that receives relatively little attention from larger charities or volunteeringorganisations. We are a grassroots charity, developing our projects in directresponse to expressed local need, in partnership and consultation with the localcommunity. We offer four volunteering programmes, all supporting oursustainable development projects, with valuable input by volunteers resulting intangible benefits. Volunteers gain a life changing experience in a unique countryand valuable experience in the field of international development for thoselooking to go into the sector. We offer Short-term Sustainable DevelopmentPlacements, Construction Placements, Conservation Placements and Englishteaching.Street ChildStand 2street-child.co.ukApplication deadline: OngoingStreet Child is in education charity, working in West Africa, Nepal and Sri Lanka tohelp some of the world's most vulnerable children to go to school. By becomingan International Volunteer with Street Child, you'll be working with our localteams to give more children the chance of a brighter future.As an International Volunteer, you’ll get stuck in with real development work andhave an experience that will change your life. From getting working on ourprojects in Sierra Leone or Liberia, to conducting vital research in Nepal or SriLanka, we’ll match your skills to projects where you’ll have maximum impact.
Teach A Man To FishStand 1teachamantofish.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingTeach A Man To Fish is an international NGO that believes that education is thekey to tackling global youth unemployment and poverty. Through our flagshipeducational programme, the School Enterprise Challenge, we work with schoolsacross the world to set up school-based businesses. These businesses are botheducational and profitable – teaching students entrepreneurial as well as softskills, and generating much-needed income for the schools. We are looking forenthusiastic volunteers to join the School Enterprise Challenge team (based inFinsbury Park) and help in a wide variety of capacities. Come and talk to us tofind out more!Walkabout FoundationStand 19uk.walkaboutfoundation.orgApplication deadline: 1 May 2018Walkabout Foundation is a UK and US registered charity with the mission ofrestoring dignity, freedom and independence to people with disabilities byproviding wheelchairs and rehabilitation in the developing world and fundingresearch to find a cure for paralysis To date, we have distributed over 10,000wheelchairs in 23 countries.We are a small, energetic team based in Chelsea. We are looking for volunteersto work with us at any time throughout the year (but primarily during the summerof 2018). Internships will involve opportunities to assist on a variety of projectsacross all departments, including Programmes, Marketing, Events and Finance,giving volunteers a well-rounded introduction to working in the charity sector.
Wonder FoundationStand 4wonderfoundation.org.ukApplication deadline: OngoingWonder Foundation works to empower vulnerable women, girls and communitiesthrough education. We partner with local, sustainable education projects in theUK and worldwide, helping them get the funding, knowledge and skills they need.We amplify the voices of our partners, supporting them as they provide educationpowerful enough to end poverty.
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& Carapinha, R. (2007). Five country study on service and volunteering in Southern Africa. Johannesburg, South Africa: VOSESA & Centre for Social Development in Africa. Perold, H. & Graham, L. (2014). Volunteering, civic service and civil society in Africa. In Ebenezer Obadare (ed.). The handbook of civil society in Africa, (pp. 439- 456).
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