Are you passionate about UK-Med and want to help spread the word?
We are recruiting speakers to help us raise awareness of our work. Talks could be given at schools, workplaces, community groups, hospitals or anywhere people would be interested in hearing about our work.
We’ll provide you with training session including public speaking tips, as well as a template presentation.
Register your interest in attending a community speaker training session by emailing email@example.com
Would you like a UK-Med speaker at your event?
We have a network of volunteers across the UK who are passionate about our work and would be delighted to come and speak to your workplace, club or school about UK-Med’s lifesaving work.
Many of our speakers have responded to emergencies with us and have experienced first-hand how important our mission is.
Please get in touch with our team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to book a Community Speaker.
We’re a small team – and we appreciate a helping hand!
Our HQ is based in the University of Manchester but many of our staff work remotely, so we welcome volunteers from across the world. Volunteers ideally need to be available within regular office hours.
We can’t always guarantee that we’ll have a role that’s the right fit for you, but here’s a selection of some of the volunteering opportunities we might be able to offer:
If you have some spare time to offer, please get in touch with the team at email@example.com
Are you a student looking to get involved with UK-Med? You could set up a UK-Med student group at your university like students at The University of Manchester did. The group has been involved in planning informative panel discussions as well as hosting social fundraising events, all to raise awareness of UK-Med’s lifesaving work across the world.
Setting up a student group gives you valuable organizational experience for your future, and UK-Med will provide you with an insight into a frontline medical aid NGO.
Interested in setting up a UK-Med student group at your university? Please get in touch with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org