Do you have a great idea that could benefit other people in Bournemouth? Could you create your own community project or suggest one? If so, you're in the right place!
Step 1: Putting together your ideas
When thinking about your project, it's important to note what the need of the local community is and the impact that you will be able to make through your volunteering activities. You'll also need 2 current BU students to be your project leaders.
Step 2: Create your project plan
Before you submit your project proposal, you'll need to make a project plan. You'll need to explain what your project aims and objectives are; what volunteering activities your project will include; how your project will benefit BU students and the local community along with details about how many student volunteers you will need help from and the timescales for your project.
Step 3: Submit your project proposal
Use the form HERE
to submit your project proposal.
Step 4: Approval/Let’s get started
A member of the Student Opportunities Team will get in touch to find out more and to support you in getting your project live on the SUBU volunteering hub.
Step 5: Supporting you through your first few months
Ultimately, it will be the project leaders' responsibility to manage your project however, the Student Opportunities Team has dedicated staff members to oversee all of the SUBU volunteering opportuntiies. We will be on hand to help you with any core training you need, health & saftey compliance and online recrutiment and promotion for example.
Active Student Led Projects
Bournemouth’s greatest asset its beautiful sandy beaches. Our Beach Champions volunteer to help keep the coasts clean through regular beach cleans to stop litter getting into the sea and harming our environment. Help the fight to keep our shores litter-free!!
We are the Campus Collective, a community of people which collaborates to grow food, look after nature, and have fun! A.k.a, the green fingered folk always keen to get down and dirty. We're passionate about sustainable urban farming, the benefits of gardening and being outdoors, and supporting our community. We create permaculture based garden designs for urban ecosystem restoration, and we also run The Green Loop, a food-based social enterprise looking to bring students cheaper healthy organic meals.
Everyone gets down staring at screens and books and we all need a break, If being outside rain or shine makes you happy then we're the society for you. Permaculture can deepen our connection to nature that were so often disconnected from and help us find a passion for growing food that tastes better than anything you can get in a shop.