For the final Student Volunteering Week Ambassador Series, Marvin Mfumu from the University of Southampton shares the ways that volunteering has led to professional success.
We couldn’t do what we do without the exceptional work of our campus ambassadors. Here, Lara Warren from Cass Business School opens our third instalment of the Ambassador Series, reflecting on what she’s gained from volunteering for us here at VOLO.
Instalment two of the Ambassador series introduces the volunteering perspective of Daniel Oluwole, another brilliant student based at the University of Essex.
For the first instalment in our VOLO Ambassador series, Anna-Mariya Angelinova from the London School of Economics writes about the selfish reasons why she volunteers.
Over the past decade we’ve watched a long drawn-out melodrama unfold on the global stage, which underpinned one undeniable truth: The financial sector must change or forever be doomed.
What do you remember of your childhood? Happily wandering over to school? Happily coming home to a warm meal and big kiss or hug? Happily spending time with friends and family?
Two Fridays ago, our incredible volunteer, Robert Otim, took part in Unilever’s Re:Hack hackathon. A 48-hour…
Collaboration is the keystone to building successful communities. Over the past two months VOLO Group…