- Environment/Animal welfare
UCC Works Award Programme
To receive an award through the Volunteering Pathway a student must complete a period of unpaid volunteering either on-campus or off-campus organisation.
This organisation must be an approved UCC Works organisation. Some organisations are already approved.
If the organisation is not already an approved organisation, they must fill in the Expression of Interest form for Volunteering Organisations to become an accredited UCC Works volunteering organisation. Once the form is received, the UCC Works Committee will meet and review the application and will contact the organisation to approve or reject their application. (Contact email@example.com to get a copy of this form)
Students participating in the UCC Works Volunteering Pathway are required to dedicated a minimum of forty hours of their time to the organisation. Upon completing the 40 hours, students are required to complete a UCC Works Reflective Report and update their CV.
If you are unsure whether your organisation is approved for UCC Works, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Is training provided?: Yes
Minimum time commitment per week:
1 hour p/week
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: UCC Works Award Programme
Address: UCC Works Award Programme , UCC Career Services
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