Charities in the UK need you. Join us to learn about board trusteeship & how to find your next role.
Tuesday 21 July
"The single best thing I've ever done." That's how Tom describes his experience of becoming a charity trustee.
Whether you want to supercharge your leadership skills, build new skills or give back to your local community or an issue you're passionate about, there are so many reasons to volunteer as a trustee on a charity board. But many young people don't know where to start. That's where Getting on Board comes in.
Getting on Board are here to guide you through the process.
What you'll learn from this session:
- What a trustee is
- How to find a vacancy
- How you can get the resources and support you need to leap into trusteeship.
Session Lead: Leon Ward
Leon has been a trustee since he was 18. First, of Plan UK a £60m international development charity where he led on international work to increase the number of young trustees across the Plan federation. Whilst on that board, Leon published a best practice guide on young trustees in partnership with the Charities Aid Foundation. More recently, he has been the Deputy Chair of Brook Young People - the largest sex and relationships charity for young people in the UK. You can tweet Leon @Leonjward.