Insight into volunteering: Vice President of Regents

By Shafina Khatun(SSA Cavedish)

Volunteering provides you with skills in places that you may be lacking and helps your CV to stand out. Whether it’s inside your University or outside, no role is too small or big. Even if you’re sparing a couple of hours a week you really will find it enjoyable. Pick something that interests you and as you’re searching for a job try volunteering until something comes up. There are many positions available in University.

Here’s your VP of Regents giving you an insight into his volunteering experience and generally being involved in the student union during his years as a student. I hope it provides you with some inspiration.

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