Connects you to employers to support you into work
Connects you careers fairs, workshops and networking events
How do I gain access?
Current students should log in here. You will need to use your UEL email address as your username and click 'forgot password' to be sent a link to set your password. If you have any issues, email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the team will help you.
Job-ready checklist: (please note you can't view or apply for jobs until you have completed these steps)
1. Complete your personal and academic profiles (you will be prompted to do this when you log in for the first time.)
2. Update and upload your strong (if you require guidance finalising your CV or establishing what your next steps should be, please complete the first draft of your application documents and book an appointment with one of our career coaches via the Hub or at the CfSS helpdesk in EBG.04 at the Docklands campus)
3. Populate your calendar with our upcoming events by registering your interest on the Employment Hub Event pages (try to attend as many as possible before applying for jobs as they are helpful in gaining insight on the different industries)
Become a Sense Volunteer Buddy in east London and you can support young people with complex needs develop skills, friendships and local connections through a year-long programme of arts and sports.
As a volunteer you’ll be ‘buddied up’ with a young person, and together you’ll develop a friendship through trying a range of arts and sports …...
We have a fantastic opportunity for students to volunteer as UEL Mental Health Ambassadors to support an exciting and innovative in-class mental health research campaign that is being led by Josephine NwaAmaka Bardi in the College of Applied Health and Communities (AHC) at the University of East London.
@ramhhe is the UK's first student-led …...
We support mums with under fives who are living in temporary or unsuitable accommodation in Newham or neighbouring boroughs. This new venture has the backing of larger charities and organisations such as Newham Children’s Centres, Shelter the homeless charity, the NCT, the Salvation Army and Newham’s largest charities Community Links and Aston …...
Most people find that becoming a Samaritan changes the way they see themselves and the world they live in. Emotional support is provided to many people from varied backgrounds. Many UEL students find this a highly rewarding experience which is beneficial to their careers, particularly students of psychology, sociology, health, counselling and …...
Are you innovative and active team player? Would you like to develop your leadership skills and start building up your work experience on your CV. Would yo like to make a real difference in children's education and be a great role model for them?
We are looking for volunteer to support our educational delivery, as well as our centre development …...
Volunteers will provide information, advice and guidance to clients through Welfare Benefits advice service, providing a welfare rights advice service to patients and families affected by life limiting illness with the aim of maximising their income. Volunteers will undertake casework, assisting clients to access their entitlements to welfare …...
, Starts Thursday 27th September 2018 Community development
UEL Volunteering does not support volunteering in orphanages abroad, whether undertaken by organised groups or individuals for short or longer periods of time. We pledge not to advertise these to our students and we will endeavour to ensure that such opportunities are neither facilitated nor promoted within our institution. For more information please visit: //www.bettervolunteeringbettercare.org/
We believe in the power of volunteerism and support and encourage student learning experiences and volunteering opportunities that strive for the highest standards of child protection and best practice for ethical engagement.