Volunteer - Climate Action Middlesbrough

What You'll Do: 

As a volunteer for us you have the opportunity to:

•Join one of the Climate Action Middlesbrough Forums (over 25 or under 25) and attend monthly meetings to discuss sustainable living in Middlesbrough.

•Join community driven projects such as litter picking, knowledge awareness days, and C.A.M stall events.

•Become an Eco - Champion Peer Mentor by taking our Peer Mentoring course.

 

The Peer Mentor course is a Level One Unit, accredited by the One Awards and will be delivered by the Mentor and Community Engagement Officers for Climate Action Middlesbrough, at one of our centres in Middlesbrough, over the course of a few days. The learning outcomes for the course include the following:

1.     Understand the role of a mentor.

2.     Understand the role of a peer supporter.

3.     Understand different support strategies.

4.     Understand the purpose of evaluation in  mentoring.

Why You'll Love It: 
As a volunteer for us you will: Play a vital role in your community, as you help people live a more sustainable life. Expand on your knowledge of the climate crsis and how to tackle it at a community level. Meet like - minded people who share the same interests as you.
What You'll Learn: 
•Expand on your leadership, communication and organisational skills, which can be vital for life, such as in the workplace. •Enhance your CV for applying for employment. •Gain a sense of meaning that you are helping in our current climate. •Increase your confidence and motivation. •Gain recognition and enhance job prospects.
What We're Looking For: 
As a volunteer for us, we expect you to have: Some knowledge of the climate crisis and ideas on how to tackle it (or the willingness to learn about it) Willingness to work as part of a team Passion for change and drive to implement that change The flexibility to be able to attend our courses/volunteering events of your choice The motivation to help and encourage others within your community to live more sustainable lives
Summary
Volunteering
Community
Young People
Animals
Education
Health
Middlesbrough
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Coaching
Communication
Cultural Awareness
Teamwork/Collaboration
Requirements: 
Statement of Motivation
These documents must be completed: 

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