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Register here to log your hours and your skills.
25 volunteering hours
Rank your employability points
100 volunteering hours
Attend a training session
Re-rank your employability skills
Submit a Gold written review
50 volunteering hours
Log at least 6 examples of your employability skills
Attend a Silver review
200 volunteering hours
A person who performs a service willingly and without pay, gaining new skills, friends and experiences along the way.
Any volunteering can go towards your KSCV award, whether that be through Kent Union or the community!
The KSCV Platinum Award (SO670) is a module based around volunteering, which involves completing an essay, a portfolio and a presentation, as well as a minimum of 90 volunteering hours across three different areas.
The module is highly rewarding, and can go a long way in teaching you about the public sector, and why people volunteer. The module is convened by Dr Eddy Hogg, who specialises in philanthropy, charitable giving, volunteering and the charitable and community sector.
To sign up, email Evie from the Kent Union Volunteer Development and Support department at email@example.com and register your interest. Depending on your course of study, the SO670 module can be taken as either a 15 credit module, or as an extra-curricular module. Both options will appear on your graduation transcript.