There are plenty of ways to contribute to your University, whether you have 30 minutes or a few hours to spare.
Why get involved?
Volunteering is an opportunity to give back to the University of Bristol community. You'll remain an active part of Bristol life and keep the Bristol experience going.
As a volunteer, you can help promote Bristol to future students and share your experiences with current students and recent graduates. You can also help alumni connect with each other by holding reunions and establishing alumni networks.
How to get involved
You can help shape a current student's experience or contribute to the alumni community.
- Mentor a student
- Share your experience
- Represent Bristol
- Organise a reunion.
Get your company involved in improving the student and alumni experience
- Offer internships
- Speak at a panel event
- Work with student societies
- Attend department events
- Provide a venue for an event.
Recognising our volunteers
As part of how we thank volunteers, each year we publish an online list of recognition. If you volunteer for the University and would rather your name and year of graduation is not included, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The list is published on our website and used across other media such as videos, blogs and social media.
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