LTVing is only open to people aged 18–30. The programme starts in August and concludes late the following August. We are currently closed for applications. The role description is included below. For any enquiries, email email@example.com
We accept a steady intake of midterm volunteers, but particularly aim to recruit for a three or six month period starting in Jan, April, July, or September. Please email completed application form and/or any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: Rolling (those needing visas should factor in a three month processing time before start date.)
Please note, regretfully, we are unable to offer visas for short–term volunteers. All EU, EAA, and Swiss citizens are eligible to volunteer without a visa, and residents of several other countries are able to volunteer for up to 30 days without a visa. Please contact email@example.com with any questions about visa eligibility.
We are recruiting for an A Rocha Corrymeela Conservation Volunteer (CCV) – for a minimum 6 month period at our Ballycastle Centre
Corrymeela is delighted to be partnering with A Rocha UK to recruit an exciting voluntary role that will be focussed on getting stuck into how to lead Corrymeela’s approach to horticulture and biodiversity onsite. As a lived member of the community the CCV will participate in the rhythm of living and working at Corrymeela Ballycastle. The role will operate on a five day working week with four days based at Corrymeela and one with A Rocha. The role will be jointly supervised by Corrymeela and A Rocha. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the role description. Or, if you would like to speak to someone about this opportunity please contact Michael on 028 2076 2626.
More about Volunteering at Corrymeela:
Many of our volunteers have been working on the site for decades, generously giving time and service to the work. Volunteering opportunities range from a few hours to a few days for short term volunteering, a few weeks to a few months for mid–term volunteering, and a year or two for long term volunteering. Corrymeela seeks to be an open village where all are welcome and that is the core of volunteering. We make groups and individuals welcome and we model a different way of being. We believe that people can learn to live and work well together and the volunteer role in this is vital. Volunteers still need to “go and see what needs to be done,” but there are some regular tasks that will be part of the job. That includes welcoming visitors, preparing and serving meals, housekeeping, working alongside programme staff in elements of the programme design and delivery, administrative tasks and special projects relating to role or skills set. Volunteers get the chance to really invest in the lived community of Corrymeela. This is challenging as volunteers attempt to live and learn well together in a community house while not falling out over the dishes! The minimum age for a residential volunteer is 18. Beyond that, all that is required is enthusiasm, motivation, willingness to learn, and sympathy with our ethos. Volunteers are supported through induction and training programmes during their time here. Corrymeela welcomes applications from volunteers of all nationalities, ages, faiths, sexual orientation and abilities. It is not required that volunteers be Christian. For some volunteer and intern positions specific skills are needed. Residential volunteers receive all meals and accommodation for the duration of their volunteering with Corrymeela.