Volunteering for Worktree
Young people need to talk to lots of workers, to understand the world of work.
You can help by volunteering 40 minutes of your time to one of our Virtual Career WorkOut events, talking to young people and developing their career aspirations. It’s easy, rewarding and fun!
Remote Volunteering Opportunities
Virtual Career WorkOut
A career journey is very often influenced by the working people that a young person comes into contact with. Together we can inspire and crucially, broaden young people’s career outlook through exposure to diverse professional experiences. Worktree do this through Virtual Career WorkOut.
How it Works
During these dynamic 1 hour sessions, students learn about careers market information and employability skills.
We then invite you along with other business volunteers from our diverse pool of 2000+ professionals to join us live.
Students will then have the opportunity to ask you questions in order to learn about your career experiences and journey.
Our facilitator will manage and guide discussion, whilst encouraging the students.
How to Sign Up
To deliver effective encounters, we need as many volunteers as possible. You can be retired or a working professional to join us, all you need is access to a computer with camera and good internet connection.
Simply click the button below and choose an event at a date and time convenient to you, you will then be taken to a short registration form which, once complete, will register you for one of our events.
Be part of our browsable Careers library by adding your Career Snapshot – your 15 minutes of volunteering can have a lifetime impact on a young person.
What our Volunteers have said…
Why Volunteer for Worktree?
Contribute to the Community
Contribute meaningfully to improve the local community.
Increase your motivation and productivity back at work.
Network with other working adults from the local area.
After attending a Career WorkOut session, 99% of our volunteer guests say they want to attend another. 97% say “I now feel more positive about my work”.