Fancy walking straight into a job when you finish up in the summer? You could work full-time for ENSA as Student President, VP for Sports & Societies or VP for Reps and Volunteers (1 year term). Give it some thought over the winter break!
ENSA will close for the winter break at 12:30pm on Friday 20 December. We will be closed for 2 weeks and re-open for business as usual on Monday 6 January. None of our services will be available during this period.
Hit Squad volunteers help support clients to decorate their new home.Working in teams of volunteers alongside the client, two rooms will be decorated and the client gains painting experience and emotional support.This opportunity takes place over a full day and we ask a commitment of once a month
Kick off the new term in style, with a whole host of FREE events at The Union Bar! With Karaoke, Quizzes, FIFA, our Sports & Societies Fair and more... there is something for everyone! Just because the holidays are over, doesn't mean the fun has to stop!
ENSA needs a current and continuing Edinburgh Napier student to volunteer to be on its Trustee Board. Trustees are responsible for the overall strategic direction of ENSA as an organisation, and for its delivery on its core aims and values. Training will be provided.
Trustees govern and lead charity organisations as part of a board. Charities are always looking for new trustees, and it's a fantastic way to learn about the management and strategy side of charities while contributing to a great cause. Time commitment is often low, but being a trustee will look fantastic on your CV.
The RSPB are looking to recruit volunteers to help with their events throughout the year. You will be involved from anything to helping to set up the stall, talking to members of the public, running interactive activities with children and spreading the word about the RSPB!
Have you had any health or personal problems affecting your studies? Make sure you know the Extenuating Circumstances regulations - it may be possible to apply for an extension or defer your exam or essay to the next resit date.