Winchester Hub is here to support you to skill up and make a difference through the many different activities we offer, from internships with charities to tutoring in schools across Hampshire, there is something for everyone!
We offer lots different offer community projects for you to get involved with, from Schools Plus, our flagship tutoring project across Hampshire, to LinkAges, an elderly befriending service. These are fantastic opportunities to build confidence, gain teamwork, leadership, public speaking skills and so much more whilst making a lasting impact on communities across Winchester and beyond.
Schools Plus is our flagship tutoring project that sees Winchester students tutoring pupils from primary to A-level, in a wide range of subjects in schools across the local area. Find out more and apply here.
Youth Theatre is a series of weekly creative arts workshops, providing equal access to creative arts for local young people. Find out more and join the buzz here.
LinkAges provides students with opportunities to make a positive difference to an older person's week. Find our more and apply here.
Woolly Matters is a group of knitters and crocheters (including beginners!) who come together to create for the local community. Find our more and apply here.
Give It a Go runs monthly micro volunteering opportunities in the local community, for those who want to try out volunteering or can't to commit to weekly sessions. Find out what's on at the moment and sign up click here.
We are also looking to support new student-led projects - get in touch if you have an idea that could make a difference in your local community!
The Social Impact Internship Scheme recruits committed, socially-minded students from across the Hub Network and partners them with not-for-profit host organisations, where they complete a meaningful summer placement. Find out more here.
Alongside running volunteering opportunities and placements, Winchester Hub incubates new projects. In practice, this means we work with students and community partners to launch innovative ideas which tackle local social and environmental issues. Get in touch and see how we can help at email@example.com.
If you are interested in social enterprise, then you can also receive special funding and support through the Try It Awards. We work with students at any stage of their project, from just being interested in an issue to having a full project plan for their idea. Our support includes funding, in-person training, written resources, introductions to useful contacts and much more!
We are always happy to chat about new ideas for creating social change over a cup of tea - Drop us an email, give us a call on 01962827624, or come and say hello to us in MB116!
Critical Engagement Events
We run a whole range of different events over the year, to get students at the University of Winchester thinking about and finding new opportunities for social change.
Watch this space for more details of our events in 2017/18, or email Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!