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SERC Public / Protective Services Students Recognised for Volunteering Efforts

With Volunteers Week (1 – 7 June) approaching, Btec 1st year L3 Extended Diploma Protective Services and 2nd year L3 Public Services students have been recognised for making an impact by volunteering throughout their time at SERC.  They have achieved Volunteer Now Impact Awards for making a standout contribution in their volunteering commitment.  Three students […]

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Rossmar School Limavady

Young people at Rossmar School Limavady undertook a social action programme with the support of Volunteer Now and they focused on Take 5 and the 5 steps to wellbeing.  Their video showcases their learning and how others can do it too! The young people have also been volunteering with Oxfam and to thank them they […]

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Volunteering & St. Dominic’s High School

St Dominic’s have been delivery partners of the Millennium Volunteer award since 2012. Volunteer Coordinator The school has opted to appoint a Volunteer Co-ordinator to promote and support pupil volunteering, both within school and within our local & wider community. The school coordinates the timetable to match one period of the Volunteer Co-ordinator’s timetable with […]

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Lumen Christi College

In 2007 Lumen Christi College agreed to pilot the Millennium Volunteers School programme and since then the partnership between the School, its pupils, Volunteer Now and the wider volunteering community has grown and flourished.

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Jermy Jomon

It is a great experience and you get to develop a lot of skills. Try to volunteer in different sort of areas!

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Jason Hassard

Being recognized for the work you regularly do gives a great sense of satisfaction. I would recommend
Millennium Volunteers to anyone currently volunteering.

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Jamie Donnelly

Yes, I would most certainly recommend it to anyone; however I would encourage those involved to
keep an in depth log of hours.

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Glenn Hughes

It’s a must. Volunteering is a very worthwhile experience. It provides you with an abundance of experience which can be utilised in later life. It gives you something to show for your efforts and allows employers to see your experience.

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Fionntain Murray

Yes, it gives young people official recognition for the work they do and the fun you have volunteering
is great!

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Dillon Conway

I would encourage others to become a Millennium Volunteer as it gives you lots of opportunities to try new things and meet new people. The advice I would give is to try anything and everything as it is a
great experience.

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Conor Murphy

Definitely! MV is a great way of keeping a record of all your volunteering hours and you get rewarded
for it!!

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Christopher Tynds

Most definitely become a volunteer. It really opens your eyes and makes you thankful for what you have. MV is a great way to keep track of all the volunteering that you do. It's great for UCAS and job applications so it's definitely something to get involved with.

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Christopher Seeley

I think the Millennium Volunteer scheme is a great scheme, and I would encourage anyone to complete it. I would advise them to make sure you keep an accurate log of hours as you do them.

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Aimee Fitzpatrick

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people of all ages. I have also learned many new skills through volunteering, I love volunteering and would encourage anyone to do it specially if it is in something you enjoy doing yourself.

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