Upcoming Sheffield Alumni Volunteering opportunities 

We’re starting to recruit for three of our biggest alumni volunteering events taking place early next year and we need you to get involved, share your experiences, and help deliver great development events for Sheffield students. These are also great opportunities for you to connect with the current generation of students coming out of Sheffield, and to continue your own personal development.

If you’re interested take a look at the opportunities below and see whether you’d like to get involved.

Networking at our City Connections eventState of Sheffield

Wednesday 1 February 2017

Now in its third year, State of Sheffield is a week-long inter-disciplinary project for all first year Social Sciences students. New for 2017, we will be inviting nearly 100 Social Sciences alumni to work with students throughout the day, helping the inter-disciplinary student groups develop their project and team working skills, provide feedback on their projects and also provide insight into different career paths through giving a presentation and participating in a networking event. This will be our biggest on-campus alumni volunteering activity to ever take place!

Registration opens in October but please click here to Register your interest

Alumni supporting students at ThinkCreate 2016ThinkCreate

Friday 3 February 2017

We're looking for over 40 Arts & Humanities (Archaeology, Biblical Studies, English, French, German, History, Music, Philosophy, Russian, and Spanish) alumni return to campus to participate in our 3rd ThinkCreate. Alumni will work with students throughout the day, helping the inter-disciplinary student groups develop their project and team working skills, and also participate in a "Boardroom" to feedback on student presentations.

Registration opens in October but please click here to Register your interest

Alumni at the Global Engineering ChallengeGlobal Engineering Challenge

Wednesday 25 January 2017

If you're a recent Engineering graduate we are looking for 30 alumni currently working in industry to participate in our 6th Global Engineering Challenge. Alumni will give a short presentation about their career to a "hub" of 35 students, work with inter-disciplinary student groups to develop their project and team working skills, and also participate in a "Boardroom" to feedback on student presentations. Help develop the next generation of Engineers, promote your company and contribute to your chartership.

Registration opens in October but please click here to Register your interest

If none of these take your fancy we have a range of other options available so please do take a look at our Current Opportunities page.

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