Reference No V5
Title Information Coordinator
Role Profile V5 - Information Coordinator
Summary The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPdA) is looking to recruit volunteers for their city centre and Addenbrooks offices. Confidence with the English language,  a flair for office administration and excellent interpersonal skills are essential for this varied and interesting role.  
Closing date On-going until further notice 
Contact contact.opda@admin.cam.ac.uk
Website http://www.opda.cam.ac.uk/aboutus/the-team/volunteers-1/application-form-for-volunteers

 

Reference No V6
Title Public Engagement 
Role Profile  
Summary Gain experience and confidence interacting with the public by volunteering at one of our events or festivals, the Cambridge Science Festival, Cambridge Festival of Ideas or the Open Cambridge weekend.  We could not put on events of this scale without the help of hundreds of volunteers who donate their time, energy and expertise.  If you would like to volunteer as a steward please visit: https://www.cam.ac.uk/public-engagement/information-for-staff-and-studen...
Closing date On-going until further notice 
Contact publicengagement@admin.cam.ac.uk
Website https://www.cam.ac.uk/public-engagement/information-for-staff-and-students/volunteer-with-us

 

Reference No V7
Title Volunteer at Degree Ceremonies
Role Profile V7 -Degree Ceremony Volunteer - Role Profile 2016
Summary University of Cambridge degree ceremonies take place in the Senate-House throughout the year from October to July. Elements of the ceremony have their origin amongst the earliest customs of the University some eight hundred years ago. For the events to run smoothly, volunteers are required  - help to make someone's day extra special.
Closing date On-going until further notice 
Contact volunteers@alumni.cam.ac.uk
Website https://www.alumni.cam.ac.uk/get-involved/volunteering

 

Reference No V14
Title Events Volunteer - Museum of Classical Archaeology
Role Profile V14 - Museum of Classical Archaeology
Summary The Museum of Classical Archaeology are looking for a team of volunteers who can assist with the preparation, advertising and running of the programme of events
Closing date On-going until further notice 
Contact Jennie Thornber 01223 767044
Website http://www.museums.cam.ac.uk/get-involved

 

Reference No V25
Title Data Entry Volunteer
Role Profile V25 - Data Entry Volunteer
Summary

Entering names and dates into a database

Closing date On-going until further notice 
Contact archivist@joh.cam.ac.uk
Website  

 

Reference No V26
Title Operations Volunteer
Role Profile V26 - Operations Volunteer
Summary

We need several volunteers who can assist our new residents to find their way around the North West Cambridge development, help to direct them to their accommodation, show them where to find shops and facilities, and to offer a welcome drink.

Closing date On-going until further notice 
Contact nb200@cam.ac.uk
Website  

 

Reference No

V38

Title

Diwali Festival Volunteer, University of Cambridge Museums

Role Profile V38 - Diwali Festival Volunteer, University of Cambridge Museums 
Summary

Curiosities at the Bedside aims to enhance the wellbeing of people undertaking dialysis through engagement with and conversations inspired by museum objects. Established in partnership with the Dialysis Team at Addenbrookes Hospital, the initiative is being led by the Inclusion Team at the Fitzwilliam Museum and takes place monthly.
We are looking for volunteers who are interested in sharing highlights from the Fitzwilliam Museum Collections from December 2017. This project will run initially for a six month period. Your role will be to facilitate regular visits to the Dialysis Unit during which you will share stories about collection items fostering conversations and enabling personal connections to be made. You will supporting this project and enhancing the experience of the people with dialysis; key to the role is an empathy to the needs of people who are unwell and a willingness to engage with them through a person-centred approach.

Closing date

01/10/2017

Contact

opendoor@hermes.cam.ac.uk

Website  

 

Reference No

V39

Title

Curiosities at the Bedside Volunteer, The Fitzwilliam Museum

Role Profile V39 - Curiosities at the Bedside Volunteer, The Fitzwilliam Museum
Summary

Curiosities at the Bedside aims to enhance the wellbeing of people undertaking dialysis through engagement with and conversations inspired by museum objects. Established in partnership with the Dialysis Team at Addenbrookes Hospital, the initiative is being led by the Inclusion Team at the Fitzwilliam Museum and takes place monthly.
We are looking for volunteers who are interested in sharing highlights from the Fitzwilliam Museum Collections from December 2017. This project will run initially for a six month period. Your role will be to facilitate regular visits to the Dialysis Unit during which you will share stories about collection items fostering conversations and enabling personal connections to be made. You will supporting this project and enhancing the experience of the people with dialysis; key to the role is an empathy to the needs of people who are unwell and a willingness to engage with them through a person-centred approach.

Closing date

27/10/2017

Contact opendoor@hermes.cam.ac.uk
Website  

 

Reference No

V40

Title

Visitor Engagement Vounteer,  Cambridge University Museum of Zoology

Role Profile V40 - Visitor Engagement Vounteer,  Cambridge University Museum of Zoology
Summary

The Museum of Zoology is reopening this Autumn. Come and join our team as a Visitor Engagement volunteer.
We are hoping to make the Museum as accessible and friendly as possible. We are looking for volunteers who are excited to take on a public facing role. Prior knowledge of the museum or the collections is not a necessity, we want volunteers who are enthusiastic and willing to learn.

Closing date

04/09/2017

Contact opendoor@hermes.cam.ac.uk
Website  

 

For more information about volunteering, or if you have any questions, please email: volunteers@alumni.cam.ac.uk