We are always on the look-out for volunteers for a huge range of roles at Humanist Society Scotland – so whether your skills lie in speaking, writing, admin, fundraising, hands-on activities or none of the above you can be sure there’s a role with your name on it!

See below for some of our current vacancies, but if nothing jumps out get in touch with us for further opportunities.

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StreetCare Scotland

We’re looking for StreetCare Scotland volunteers! Our projects in Glasgow and Stirling provide hot drinks, soup, other foods and warm clothing on a non-judgemental basis for those who present as needing support.

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Become a Schools Volunteer

Being a Humanist Society Scotland School Visitor is a great way to get more involved, and help to educate young people about humanism. This half-day training course will enable you to join our network of trained school visitors.

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School Volunteers National Coordinator

Help us to increase the capacity of our schools outreach work that helps educators deliver robust and representative Religious and Moral Education classes by becoming our School Visitors National Coordinator

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We’re always looking for passionate people who have time to share their skills with us to help us be the best organisation we can possibly be. If you think you have some skills that we need and would like to volunteer, get in touch!

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