Community Service Volunteers (CSV): Every year, CSV involves over
150,000 volunteers in high quality opportunities that enrich lives
and tackle real need. Visit the website to find out how you can be
Do-it.org.uk - search for volunteering
opportunities on this site from online charity YouthNet.
Projects: Offering a global network of placements that spans 23
countries for British volunteers and includes conservation, caring,
community, camps and outdoor, medical, coaching, teaching, and TEFL
placements. Open to volunteers 17- 25 years old, the placements
last between three and 12 months.
is a joint partnership between VSO and the British Council and is
broken down into two programmes: Youth Xchange a six-month exchange
programme for young people aged 18-25 and Community Xchange an
international professional development programme for community
workers and practitioners.
is an online resource for anybody working with children and young
people. The website provides practical information and techniques
on how to respond helpfully to children and young people's
troubling behaviour, build up their self-esteem and promote their
positive mental wellbeing.'
How we see it' is an amazing photography project with young
people not in employment, education or training. Click
here to see the images and digital stories or find them on Facebook.
LeapAnywhere.com is a
revolutionary personal and professional platform that allows you to
have fun, doing good.
Radiowaves is a safe network of school websites
where pupils can broadcast their video, radio, podcasts and blogs
RCPCH Young Person's
Advisory Panel: Represent young people by having your views
heard on health issues. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child
Health is inviting you to share your views on health issues that
matter to you.
Right Here is a
collaborative programme to address the mental health needs of young
people in ways they would value and use.
Star: A unique organisation giving students the
chance to support and campaign
Bank: TimeBank is a national charity inspiring and connecting a
new generation of people to volunteer in their communities, and
enabling charitable organisations and businesses to develop
innovative and effective volunteer recruitment
TheSite.org: Your guide to the real world,
providing advice and info on all the key issues facing young
people including: sex and relationships; drinking and drugs; work
and study; housing, legal and finances; and health and
v, the national young volunteers
service, is an independent charity dedicated to helping young
people volunteer in ways that matter to them.
Vibe is a online political magazine written for and by young
people, giving the digital generation a voice.
England is the national volunteer development agency and a
membership organisation. We have committed to supporting student
volunteering across Further and Higher Education.
Yoosk: Yoosk.com is a
social media platform that enables direct conversations between
public figures and the general public.
Ambassadors website is the place to find opportunities to
speak out and be heard at key international meetings.
Youthink! is the
World Bank's website for youth. It is a space where young people
can learn about the world's most pressing development issues, and
can also find ways to get involved and make a difference.