Unit Volunteers

  • VO37337


Description

We need people with energy, happy to roll up their sleeves, get involved, and make a positive difference to teenagers who are often struggling in today’s world. You can volunteer in a number of ways. You can help run lessons, activities, games, projects and events that help cadets progress through The Sea Cadets Experience, gaining qualifications and confidence as they go. A role at a unit is ideal if you can support local young people on a regular basis, are happy to throw yourself into teaching activities and seek a rewarding role where you'll be the key to helping young people flourish. If you don't have time to volunteer regularly, you can still help. No commitment is too small and a role on a unit's Management Team could be a perfect fit. You could volunteer in roles such as Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary or Fundraising. These roles are perfect if you're not able to be at your local Sea Cadets unit every week, or if you have a specialist skill you'd like to share.

Organisation aims and objectives

The aim is to teach children (12 - 18) nautical activities, regardless of their sex, religion or race. Children with difficulties or disabilities are encouraged also. It is a uniformed organisation that encourages self-discipline and organisation.

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Restrictions

Experience required: Experience of Sea Cadets would be a bonus, but not essential. A desire to help and assist a local group is enough!
Travel details: Lossie Harbour and/or TA Centre, Elgin
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: volunteers can claim expenses back if they are a uniformed volunteer.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 21 days ago