You may have finished your Get Set for Community Action project, but you don’t need to stop making a difference in your community. There are many exciting opportunities that can support your continuing volunteering.
The What’s next? toolkit is designed to help Action Leads and Team Coordinators to continue developing the skills and relationships built within the programme. The toolkit provides new ideas, signposts ongoing volunteering opportunities and informs young people about the benefits of volunteer work.
A great place to start is with our What’s next? film and handbook, which will give you a brief introduction to our Get Set for Community Action partners and the different ways they can help you to continue to make real changes.
There are many exciting opportunities that can support your continuing volunteering. This handbook lists all our partners and the different ways they can help you to continue to make real changes with their own volunteering programmes!
Our Community Action Calendar invites you to continue your good work with a whole new year of community action. With an idea and case study for each month, you will never be short of ways to make a difference in your area.
Ready to handover your project to the next year group or team? Use our handy Project handover worksheet to pass on all the key information!
You have all done some amazing volunteering work! Use this activity sheet to reflect on the role you played in the project and what you have learnt.
Use this information sheet to identify how the skills you have developed running your community project could be useful in your CV, UCAS form or personal statement.
Some top tips for Action Leads on how to turn the relationship you have built with your community partner during your projects into a lasting partnership.
Some top tips for Team Coordinators on how to turn the relationship you have built with your community partner during your projects into a lasting partnership.
Use this editable presentation to present your projects to others, and encourage them to volunteer themselves!
Nervous when speaking in front of people? We've got it covered with our top tips to make your presentation great!