Volunteer

Nightlines are run almost entirely by volunteers and they’re always looking for student volunteers who can offer their time to support their fellow students.

Being a volunteer for Nightline is challenging, rewarding and inspiring – Nightline stands apart from many other student activities which are often social or recreational. Through intensive training you will develop strong communication skills including active listening, and if you take on a committee role you can gain a wealth of experience including:

  • Management
  • Team leadership
  • Training
  • PR and marketing
  • Fundraising
  • Budgeting and administration
  • Recruitment
  • IT


Interested in volunteering?

Download one of our information packs and application forms and send the completed application to nlchair@rguunion.co.uk

RGU Nightline Volunteering Info Pack
RGU Nightline Application Form


Testimonials

“After attending the interview day, I knew that I would really enjoy this opportunity. Everyone was so passionate and friendly, I made new friends and it truly was a great day – that is why I was so excited when I was accepted to be a part of the RGU: Nightline Team”

“Soon we will be completing training courses that will provide us with recognised qualification as well as some fun social events with other volunteers – I’d definitely recommend that students consider volunteering for this very rewarding opportunity. “

“I volunteered for RGU:Nightline because everyone needs someone to talk to sometimes”

“I volunteered for RGU:Nightline because, I wanted to join a society that would be there to support and listen to students. The more I heard about RGU:Nightline the more passionate I felt about it. I can’t wait to get started!”

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