LSE Volunteer Centre
LSE has a small but dedicated Volunteer Centre that matches students with opportunities throughout London. These include both ongoing roles, whereby a student commits a certain amount of hours per week (for example to help with an afterschool club) as well as one-off events and opportunities. Volunteering is very flexible, and no matter how much or how little time you have, the Centre can match you up with a project that suits your interests and your availabilities.
Student ambassadors and student tutoring
LSE Student Recruitment Office also runs a number of projects which work with local schools and colleges to raise aspirations and achievement amongst pupils and students in the London area.
In order to keep these successful projects running, we rely on LSE students to volunteer their time and take part in these projects. LSE has a long tradition of students giving up their time to help the local community, and we are very grateful to those who have volunteered in past years.
Some of our projects require you to commit a certain amount of your time each week, while other projects allow you to volunteer as and when you are free. All projects are part of the Millennium Volunteers scheme and enable you to build up credits towards a nationally recognised award.
If you would like to find out more about how to get involved with our projects, follow the links below.