On Wednesday 25th September, the launch of Science Stars, one of St George’s flagship widening participation programmes, took place at the university.
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Volunteering is a great way to stay connected with St George’s while giving something of real value back to support the students following in your footsteps.
As alumni, your time, knowledge and experience of life after graduation can be invaluable for our students. Whether it’s mentoring, interviewing prospective students through our MMI scheme or giving a talk about your career path after university, there are lots of different ways to get involved through volunteering at St George’s.
Help develop the next generation of St George’s students.
Develop your own professional skills such as communication, public speaking and leadership.
Expand your network by meeting other volunteers, alumni, St George’s students and staff.
Opportunities to promote your work, career path, or business.
The feel good factor of helping others.
Alumni volunteering provides our students with a unique opportunity to engage with people who have been in their shoes and know the challenges they face. Your advice and guidance can help our students to develop their employability skills, their insight into the working world, and their own knowledge and understanding of how to be successful. As a St George's graduate, you are instantly relatable to them as they aspire to build the same successful careers and find out more about how they can use their degree after graduation. As alumni, you are inspiring, relatable role models for our students, with the ability to help them make the most of their university experience.
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