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Cambridge United Community Trust

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Volunteers will be working with schools delivering extra-curricular clubs as well as PE lessons. The organisation also runs football projects for children to get involved in which run most evenings in and around Cambridge.

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  • Community Sports Coach

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    The community coach role involves a variety of community and school projects including breakfast, lunch, after school clubs and Soccer Schools for children aged 4-14. The Trust also run PE lessons within school hours which sticks to the strict national curriculum.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsBefriending and Mentoring, Children and Youth, Sport and Recreation
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Self-Management
    • Team Work
  • Community Trust Admin Support

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    This role is to assist Dan Kerrigan (Community Trust Manager) and helping with different admin jobs, such as creating registers, updating spreadsheets and logging information related to the Cambridge United Youth and Community Trust coaching scheme. This opportunity could also be tied in with Community Coach role, if the volunteer was looking for a mix of both.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsAdmin, Sport and Recreation
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Application of IT
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Problem-solving
    • Project Management
    • Self-Management
    • Team Work
  • Active Science Assistant

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    This volunteer role is to support teaching in primary schools by using sport to work through a science booklet. The volunteer will help children with scientific equipment and ask prompting questions in the lessons.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsChildren and Youth, Education, Sport and Recreation
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Team Work
  • Match Reporting Assistant

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    This volunteer role involves assisting with the Match Reporting programme at Cambridge United Community Trust. The position involves assisting with the teachers and helping with writing skills.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsChildren and Youth, Education, Sport and Recreation
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Team Work
  • Women's Sport Volunteer

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Introduce as many new girls and women as possible to football and support them realising their full potential as players. Assisting with football coaching with opportunity to lead sessions under supervision.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsSport and Recreation, Women’s Groups
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Team Work
  • Disability Sport Assistant

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Assisting with Cambridge United Community Trust coaching sessions for our 7 disability sport programmes. Supporting the head coach with their weekly sessions to provide further help with the participants.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsChildren and Youth, Disability, Sport and Recreation
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Team Work
  • 'United by Memories' Dementia Sports Cafe

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    For those with early to moderate dementia and their care givers. Opportunity to relax and discuss various sporting memories, stimulated by guest speakers and sport-based topics

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsBefriending and Mentoring, Elderly, Food
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Negotiation and Influencing
    • Problem-solving
    • Self-Management
    • Social Responsibility
  • Youth Inclusion Football Sessions

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Various free football sessions in high-need areas of Cambridge. Together with the police and other key stakeholders in the city, the sessions to help young people to achieve their potential, improve their well-being and be part of a more inclusive, stronger community.

    • Your CampusCambridge
    • InterestsChildren and Youth, Education, Sport and Recreation
    • FrequencyOn-Going
    • Communication and Literacy
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Negotiation and Influencing
    • Problem-solving
    • Resilience
    • Social Responsibility
    • Team Work
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