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Volunteering in Solihull

We are a volunteering group and have been volunteering individually at local schools for several years now. So, we were excited to meet Esther (from Empower, part of Engage Team), Team Lead for Volunteering in Solihull. What stood out during our conversation were the confidence courses running for general public at three levels. For example, I have never worked and am low on confidence. I call up on 0121 709 7000 Enagage Team. Well I did call up to be answered by a kind voice I must say 🙂 I then share what I am looking for. Within 2 weeks team member assigned to me contacts me with next steps.

These confidence courses or the training modules can help Image result for confidenceone to feel self-confident, recognising our valuable skills. If then interested we can learn more about volunteering and eventually if desired we can look up for jobs. At each step support is available for upscaling confidence in the community. We can find Volunteering Opportunities at https://do-it.org/

There are mentoring schemes available to support identified young people or a small group of young people to share skills and raise aspirations. We are looking for mentors with skills like fishing, sports, playing an instrument. Teaming up with mentors would help engage and inspire young people.

We would love to share this information with more of us. However, we all can play an important role here. When you read this share any questions that come to you, with the forum (Facebook, Twitter, Email at contact@solihullparentsforum.org.uk) What happens next? How does this work? I can’t just call on 0121 709 7000. All these are valid queries and help the system to be more effective. These are not ‘Is it only me?’ questions. These conversations help us all.

Bernard M. Baruch“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”

Posted by: Divya