Nominations open for University Volunteer Awards

January 14th, 2016

This year, The University of Nottingham is launching Volunteers Awards to recognise the outstanding contributions of volunteers to the University and its community.

What is a Volunteer for the University?

Many people give their time to inspire our students and get involved in research at the University by volunteering for free on boards, to speak at Careers events, to mentor, to provide mock interviews, to help at Nottingham Lakeside or to provide guidance to our entrepreneurs. Volunteering can include almost any form of giving time to the University.

We want to celebrate the impact these amazing people make on the University!

The Volunteer Awards are made to volunteers who have shown exceptional dedication to the University, with enthusiasm, creativity and leadership. The Awards are a celebration of people who volunteer for the University and a demonstration of what can be achieved as a result.

If you know somebody who deserves recognition and fits these criteria, visit this Workspace link to nominate them, and to find out more about how to get involved in volunteering yourself!

Nominations close at 5pm Monday 15 February.

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