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 VOLUNTEERING

 

Our alumni have a wealth of first-hand experience and advice to offer our students and fellow graduates for the opportunities ahead.

We encourage our graduates to get involved in volunteering as an ‘Alumni Ambassador’. You can get involved by:

Providing an Alumni Profile
Help us to inspire students by sharing your University experience and career path via a profile film or written alumni profile.

Delivering a Lecture, Talk or Workshop
We encourage alumni to share their experience and expertise through speaking to fellow graduates, current students and business partners.

Leading an Alumni Network Group
We are always looking for alumni volunteers to lead Network groups worldwide; these groups can be founded around a geographical location or shared interests.

Providing an Placement or Internship
Placements and internships are an ideal way of giving a Northumbria student or graduate a great start to their career. These opportunities provide valuable work experience, enhance their CVs and add value to your business.

 

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