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The application deadlines to become a London 2012 Games Maker volunteer, Young Games Maker leader, and London Ambassador for the London Development Agency are now closed but there are still a number of opportunities to volunteer.
Recruitment is continuing for a number of specialist Games-time volunteer roles and they are announced via Podium's website, newsletter, facebook profile and twitter feed as and when the application processes are launched.
Further Volunteering Opportunities
There are many other ways for people to become involved in volunteering programmes both Games-related and non-Games related.
If you want to plan a celebration for the Games, look no further. Sign up to be a Local Leader and whether you invite three friends or your whole community, London 2012 will provide you with the tools to make your celebration one to remember.
To find out more, visit www.london2012.com/get-involved/local-leaders
The Sport Makers programme, funded by the National Lottery, is recruiting tens of thousands of new sports volunteers aged 16-years-old and over to organise and lead community sporting activities across the country.
To find out more visit www.sportmakers.co.uk
Volunteering England is a development agency committed to supporting, enabling and celebrating volunteering in all its diversity and its website www.volunteering.org.uk has all the latest news and information about how you can get involved.
Volunteer at College and/or University
Colleges and universities across the UK are involved with numerous volunteering projects, many have received the London 2012 Inspire Mark. Why not inquiry at your institution to see if you can join a volunteering project or start one of your own?
You can find out more by clicking on some of the examples below:
London Student Volunteering Fortnight
Richmond Sports Volunteer Programme
Regional Educational Legacy in Arts and Youth Sport (RELAYS)
- Apply now to host Youth Sport Trust’s Young Ambassador conferences at your university
- Be part of a brand new project - Get Set to Make a Change
- Apply to volunteer at British Summer Time Festival, Hyde Park
- Apply to be a Hockey Maker at the Investec Hockey World League semi-finals
- Apply to volunteer at the 2013 Rugby League Festival of World Cups