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Changing the Perceptions of Volunteering. British Colleges Sport National Youth Council. Brazil 2014 World Cup. Vicky Ashley Milton Keynes College. Being Given an Opportunity . MK College Leadership Academy StreetGames. LIONS RAW. LIONS RAW.

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changing the perceptions of volunteering

Changing the Perceptions of Volunteering

British Colleges Sport

National Youth Council

brazil 2014 world cup

Brazil 2014 World Cup

Vicky Ashley

Milton Keynes College

being given an opportunity
Being Given an Opportunity
  • MK College Leadership Academy
  • StreetGames
  • LIONS RAW
lions raw
LIONS RAW

AIM: Engaging with as many young people as possible, to ensure that the World cup does not pass them by.

brazil
Brazil
  • World Cup host City of Curitiba
  • Working alongside the city’s football teams
    • Delivering coaching projects
    • Several building projects
lifetime opportunity
Lifetime Opportunity
  • Doesn’t seem like volunteering at all

www.justgiving.com/sabrina-crook

being a games maker for london 2012 olympics

BEING A GAMES MAKER FOR LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS

Coleena Henry Mitchell

Leyton Sixth Form College

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Altius

Fortius

Citius

Stronger

Faster

Higher

what volunteering really meant at the time
What volunteering really meant at the time
  • Our whole team experienced many emotions whilst being interviewed for the Games maker role…
what happened during the audition
What happened during the audition

Improvisation

Team building

Problem solving

Just having fun

Accepting criticism

what i have gained from being a part of the olympics
What I have gained from being a part of the Olympics

Friendship

Being responsible

Working together

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I hope this has inspired you to take up some voluntary work

  • Remember its not about the work, its about the experience and knowledge you get out of it
volunteering is

Volunteering is…

Tomi Ayegbusi

Newham Sixth Form College

connections
Connections

Contacts

Friends

volunteering within bcs

Volunteering within BCS

Kendal Barclay

Tyne Metropolitan College

national youth council
National Youth Council
  • Media Training
  • National championships
  • College Sport Week
  • Overseas Trips
volunteering

Volunteering

Fern Burnley

New College Pontefract

new college pontefract
New College Pontefract
  • BTEC extended diploma in PE at New College Pontefract
  • Coaching and teaching course
  • Work experiences
competitions
Competitions
  • We have 4 competitions a year at synchronised swimming.
  • There are many people volunteering and giving up their free time to help with the competitions.
  • Many people volunteer because they could be interested in synchronised swimming and helping out.
my view of volunteering
My View of Volunteering
  • I volunteer to coach synchronised swimming,
  • Unpaid work.
  • Gain experience for their future career
  • Committed
  • Wanting to help the club
  • I coach because I enjoy synchronised swimming also I want to be a teacher and with experience of coaching it shows that I am working with people and shows that I am willing to volunteer for it to give me experience.
disability rugby

Disability Rugby

Sean Madigan

Newham Sixth Form College

what do i mean
What do I mean?
  • Wheelchair rugby ?
  • Mainstream rugby ?
  • So many different ways to play and adaptations of the game.
where does it happen
Where does it happen?
  • Indoors or outdoors
  • Many different ways of playing the game, results in multiple clubs/facilities that hold sessions which involves many different ranges of disabilities.
what s so different
What’s so different?
  • Games
  • Equipment
  • Style of play
  • Goals and goal setting
  • Ability (varying over the range of disabilities)
changing perceptions

Changing Perceptions

Elliot Greed

Yeovil College

perceptions
Perceptions

“Yawn”

“BOORRRING”

“I could be asleep”

“Old People”

“Clipboards & checklists”

“Waste of time”

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