What do we offer?
ProjectScotland helps young people to get on in life through volunteering. We work with over 200 partner organisations (charities and not-for-profits) throughout Scotland who are keen to support young people in gaining valuable experience which will help them achieve their goals.
Who can apply?
If you are aged 16-30, live in Scotland and can volunteer for 20-30 hours per week, for a minimum period of 13 weeks then ProjectScotland could be a great option for you. We’ll match you to a volunteering experience that will give you what you need to get on in life, whether that’s volunteering in an office environment, or in conservation, working with animals or people! ProjectScotland will match you to the right experience, and provide practical support (from travel expenses, to your own personal mentor, to workshops which help you with skills from CV writing, to interview skills.
What can you achieve?
As a volunteer you’ll get to try out new things, learn valuable lessons, make useful contacts, and meet new people. Also, some people just get a kick out of helping others. Most of all, you gain real skills and experience in something you enjoy that could help you get a great job in the end. From IT work experience to gamekeeping, whatever floats your boat. There are volunteer work opportunities for everyone. Go for it. You've got nothing to lose.
We currently have the following opportunities:
- Badenoch and Strathspey Citizens Advice Bureau volunteer
- Volunteer Data Entry Clerk
- Volunteer Fundraising Assistant
- Volunteer Telephonist
- Conservation & Visitor Services Volunteer
- Outdoor training Centre Volunteer (Operations team)
- Volunteer Passenger Assistant
- Conservation Volunteer RSPB
You'll be matched to the right opportunity for you.
Could I get a training allowance?
We will cover travel expenses. If you are registered with the Job Centre you could receive a training allowance equal to your DWP benefit allowance. Speak to your Job Centre Advisor in the first instance or contact us directly.