Get involved as a volunteer
When you sign up as a volunteer you're in control! Teachers in your region may send you an invitation to an activity, and you get to accept or decline depending on your availability. There's no pressure to give a talk if you're not comfortable or go to a place that is too far away. You choose your preferred regions and activities inside your profile, as well as share a little bit about your job and/or career to peak teachers' interest. All personal information, like your email and phone number, is private and secure! So you don't need to worry about being spammed or inundated with requests or phone calls.
Popular Inspiring the Future activities
A focused activity to inspire and motivate female students to overcome gender stereotypes and other barriers. This activity most commonly involved a student-run panel discussion, with the possibility of informal speed career networking or a more formal career talk.
Intended to bring careers into the minds of Primary aged students, Primary Futures challenges gender and cultural stereotypes through a fun 'What's My Line?' activity. Volunteers sit on stage with a large
This activity is intended to educate and inspire young people about the possibilities of apprenticeships and traineeships. It involves a career speed networking session, where volunteers rotate around tables with different student groups, and a
A very popular activity amongst Careers Advisors, mock interviews involves volunteer simulating the interview experience for young people and giving helpful feedback for them to improve. This often happens in a large room where volunteers interview a few students throughout the session.
Share your experience, advice or expertise on a particular topic in a formal talk either in a classroom, assembly or other career activity.
Share your experience and advice in an informal way, not