Which skills do you want to use to make Leiden even more fun?
If you volunteer for one of the hundreds of initiatives and organisations, you will be building your CV, you will gain experience in your field of study or work and you will increase your network. In addition, it will give you a good feeling to mean something to someone else or to make an impact on society. Moreover, research shows that voluntary commitment makes you more relaxed, happier and healthier!
At young i-doe we work together with young people to make other young people enthusiastic about volunteering.
We have internship places and volunteer places within Young i-doe where you can gain work experience and learn various competences and skills. Interested? Contact Kirsten via firstname.lastname@example.org, we would like to meet you!
Visit our vacancies section
Go directly to the vacancies and get inspired. You can filter by activity type, target group, city district, etc. Register as a volunteer, without obligation, and if you see something that appeals to you, you can easily respond online and come into contact directly with the organisation itself.
For more information about voluntary commitment, you can visit our pop-up from Tuesday to Saturday between 11 am and 3 pm, at Nieuwstraat 7 in Leiden or send an email to: email@example.com or call 071 5160477.
Are you studying in Leiden? Use your talents to help another!
Not only paid work adds something to your skill set, voluntary work also contributes to you as a Young Professional. i-doe works closely with Leiden University and their Community Engagement Service (CES) platform, whereby supply and demand from social organizations and students are matched. CES makes use of the i-doe vacancies section. Click here for more information about CES.
Which form of voluntary commitment suits you?
Take the volunteer test and you will immediately see vacancies that match your talents and interests.