Our Partners' Opportunities

We're happy to advertise the opportunities of our partner charities. If you would like to advertise on this page, please do email Lee (our Volunteer and Charities Officer)



Volunteer tutor - the access project

Our partner The Access Project are looking for graduates to tutor 14 - 18 year olds from disadvantaged backgrounds.

As a tutor you’ll work with a bright young person from a disadvantaged background for 1 hour week, during September - July (term time).

There is no prior teaching experience needed - and in depth training, ongoing support, and subject resources will be provided to ensure you have everything you need to get started.

To find out more see their flyer and their frequently asked questions - to sign up, you can visit their website here.

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board of trustees (voluntary) - Fairbeats!

Our partner charity Fairbeats! works to improve the lives of young refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants through music. They are looking for a Chair for their Board of Trustees.

They'd also love to hear from anyone with legal expertise, or experience in HR, business planning, or fundraising

You can read the full job description for the Chair position here

You can contact Jenn from Fairbeats! for more information on fairbeats@gmail.com  


mentor (Voluntary) - the mosaic programmes, tHE prince's Trust

Youth charity The Prince's Trust helps disadvantaged young people get their life back on track. Their Mosaic Programmes are run in schools with the aim of boosting young people's confidence. They are run by volunteer mentors. 

The Trust's Mosaic Secondary School Programme helps thousands of young people (aged 11-18 years old) increase their aspirations, confidence, self belief and motivation by having relevant and effective role models to look up and engage with. The role description and application details for Mentors can be found here

The Trust's Mosaic Enterprise Challenge Competition helps thousands of young people (aged 11 -16 years old) help learn about establishing and running a business through an interactive business simulation game, whilst building their confidence.

The role description and application details for Mentors can be found here

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Account Manager (Paid)- Now Press Play

Founded in 2012, now>press>play is one of the most exciting and ambitious social enterprises in the edtech sector.

They have developed a new way of learning that engages children through movement, imagination and emotion. Our mission is to make the curriculum accessible for all children, regardless of background or academic ability. Their mission is to make the curriculum accessible for all children, regardless of background or academic ability.

They are looking for an outgoing and confident account manager, based in the London, to join their award winning edtech startup. 

The role description and application details can be found here.

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Code Club Tutor (flexible, paid) - Mama codes

Mama Codes is a dynamic and fast-growing Edtech startup. It offers unique, creative coding resources and workshops for children aged 3-8, through popular local term-time code clubs and holiday workshops.

They are looking for highly motivated, outgoing and organised teachers, tutors and active volunteers to train as MAMA.codes Reps in their local area.

Applicants can be from any background, will love teaching children (or have similar experience), can effectively manage groups of 3-8 year old children, and are keen to build a successful business around your life - not the other way round!

The role description and application details for Code Club Tutors can be found here


Group Leader (Voluntary)- Campus Children's Holidays

Campus Children's Holidays provides respite holidays to disadvantaged children aged 6 - 13 in the Liverpool and Wirral area. 

Campus run one week Residential Projects in Liverpool between 21st July and 26th August, which are delivered by volunteer Group Leaders. Group Leaders are assigned to 3 - 5 children, and are responsible for making sure they are safe and happy throughout their time with Campus. 

Campus are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, and responsible volunteers for this summer. You can read more and apply here

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Contributor (Voluntary)  - Things We Don't Know

Things We Don't Know (TWDK) is a UK-based science education company, which seeks to help improve the public understanding of science. 

They feel that scientists tend to concentrate on explaining the things they already know, and rarely explain the things they don't. They are dedicated to explaining the questions to which science still seeks answers. 

They're looking for scientists who may contribute and beta test the site. You can learn more here. Please contact Rowena Fletcher-Wood for further information. 

Interested in reading more about scientific discovery yourself? Check out this video