Career Development Centre is holding a volunteering fair on 3rd of November 2010 at the Old Gym, Regents Campus. 18 different organisations are coming to campus looking to recruit volunteers directly. We expect hundreds of students and staff to attend the event. Find more information on the event here.

We are looking for a number of volunteer Event Assistants to help us market the event and provide the highest quality of customer care for all our attendees. You will receive a full brief on what is expected before you start your role.

Tasks include:
– Placing promotional materials on all four campus
– Handing out flyers
– Promoting the event through word of mouth
– Helping with setup
– Welcoming and ushering guests
– Registering participants
– Handing out and collecting evaluation forms
– Managing crowds
– Entering participants’ data on a database

It is a part-time role. Volunteers will need to be available for a few hours during the week before the event, for the duration of the event (10:00 am – 4:00 pm) and a few hours during the week after the event. In total no more than 15 hours.

This is a good opportunity for someone with an interest in Events Managment and wants to develop his/her communications, customer service and organisational skills. It is also a good opportunity to make new contacts and being part of a fun, enthusiastic and supportive team. It will add to your CV and list of references.

To apply send you CV and a covering letter to Deadline for applications on 27th October 2010.

Berekhet Berakhy

Berekhet Berakhy

Berekhet engages students and third sector organisations to explore volunteering, voluntary work and social enterprise for the mutual benefit of personal, professional and community development. Through this role, Berekhet contributes to achievement of the University’s CSR’s key objectives linked to Community Engagement, Students’ Employability and Experience.
Berekhet Berakhy


  • I am really impressed with the efforts that the Career Development Centre is making to enrich the experiences of students at Westminster. I am an international student taking a postgraduate course in psychology and have being searching for volunteering opportunities since i came and i think i just found one. I will put in my application to volunteer to assist/manage the event. I believe those who would get the opportunity to assist would also have the chance to be recruited by some of the organisations.

    Thank you

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