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Volunteer with Converge

York St John University students can volunteer with Converge as participants or in a leadership role.

The success of Converge relies on the involvement of York St John University students.

Volunteering opportunities

There are 3 main ways in which a student can get involved in Converge:

As a student participant

Model ideal student behaviour by taking part in the workshop alongside Converge Students as a community of learners.

This includes fully participating in all of the activities, being attentive, supporting Converge Students to engage fully in the session, supporting the tutor where needed, and being a friendly and approachable person. This role may also involve providing individual support.

As a co-facilitator

Use the skills you are learning on your undergraduate or postgraduate degree to co-facilitate one of our courses.

These have often been used as placements or assessment moments for York St John students. You will be able to work with a course, alongside a tutor, and build up to you facilitating part of the course. For example, if you are on the Drama: Education and Community BA (Hons) then you might consider transferring those skills by facilitating part of our Introduction to Theatre Course. This can work in all of our courses.

As a workshop facilitator

Take charge of running and planning one or more sessions.

If you have a particular skill that you feel you could teach over a 4 to 10 week period, let us know and we can discuss the possibility of you running your own course for us.

How to get involved

Fill in the application form below and email the completed form to

Student volunteer application form (docx, 78 kB)

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