Volunteering at Llanhilleth Miners Institute
Have you ever considered Volunteering?
Becoming a volunteer opens up a world of opportunity to learn new skills, develop self-confidence, be part of a team and simply enjoy yourself - to become involved in your community in a way that is interesting, personally satisfying and fun. Importantly, the services that you provide as a volunteer are of great benefit, not only to yourself, its services and, of course the people who gain direct benefit from your time and effort. Volunteering can be formal or informal, full-time or part-time and occasional. It is undertaken willingly by the volunteer without force, has no financial payment, and complements the activities of paid staff at Llanhilleth Miners Institute.
If your looking to:
- · Get more involved with your local community
- · Meet new people and make new friends
- · Be part of a team
- · Gain new experiences and community engagement
- · Improve your work experience and enhance your CV
- · Gain more confidence
- · Have access to free training and qualifications
At Llanhilleth Miners Institute we are looking for Volunteers to support
- · Community Engagement Activities
- · Reception and Administration
- · Heritage Café and Kitchen
- · Hospitality Events, including weddings and functions
- · Bar 1906
We support our Volunteers and provide an opportunity which will allow you to gain experience, skills and references for personal development and future employment or other voluntary opportunities. This includes on the job training, 1:1 support and access to formal accredited qualifications.
If you’re interested in being part of ‘Team Stute’ please contact us on 01495 400204 or find us on Facebook.
Quote from one of our Volunteers
“Since volunteering at Llanhilleth Miners Institute it has allowed me to be part of a team, meet new friends and gain new work experiences and getting involved with local community events held at the Institute. During enrolment, the Volunteer Coordinator asked me what I would like to do to help me gain new experiences in certain areas such as the Heritage Café, serving Café customers and waitress service at Luncheon Club. My volunteering has led to paid casual shifts at the Institute at weekends, covering events such as weddings.”