VOLUNTEER

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VOLUNTEER

Help Us Soar

This is one of the simplest ways to help out our cause. We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to actively get involved. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work we do at Stephen Harrison Academy as well as getting enormous benefit out of it yourself including valuable work experience, skills and knowledge. You can volunteer in many different ways and help us with snooker coaching, childcare, fundraising or media. Get in touch with any questions about how you can volunteer your time today.

COME VOLUNTEER WITH US

Join the Team

Fill in the form below to apply to be an SHA Volunteer and we will contact you with more information.

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SUCCESS STORIES

"The Stephen Harrison Academy has really helped me in a lot of ways. It has built up my confidence and helped me get a job as an apprentice nursery nurse. I first started the Academy on Monday nights and as my skills got better I became a volunteer, helping others to play and doing some coaching. I have been a volunteer for six months and my confidence has really built up. At the moment I am a nursey nurse apprentice at the northern General Hospital in Sheffield, I also volunteer for Steve at weekends. If I ever need any help the Academy is the place to go. I would like to say a big thanks to the SHA for everything they have done for me."

Craig Cleeton

"Before I worked here I didn't go out much, I was very lonely, this came to feel normal after a while. I'd like to thank my parents for encouraging me to join the snooker group at Stephen Harrison Academy so I could mix with other people and gain some confidence. I became a volunteer helping out at some of the groups. I got a good reference from the academy and I've never looked back since. I gained so much confidence my self-esteem rocketed and now I've got the best job in the world and it suits me down to the ground. I'll always have time for the academy though, everyone made me feel very welcome, looking back it was my first step in being able to feel normal and take my place in everyday life."

Shane

FAQ

HOW DO I APPLY TO VOLUNTEER?

To volunteer at SHA all you need to do is fill in the above application form or get in contact with us to express your interest or ask any questions you may have. We will review your application and be in touch about your volunteering.

WHAT DO I NEED TO VOLUNTEER?

You do not need any qualifications or prior experience - you just need to be willing to make a difference. All volunteers must have a clear DBS check (this can be arranged through SHA if necessary).

WHAT CAN I DO AS A VOLUNTEER?

What you do as a volunteer is completely up to your discretion, you can volunteer by offering up your existing skills or come on board to learn new ones and gain new experiences. The main areas of volunteering we look for are snooker coaching, childcare support, media and fundraising. If any of these interest you please do get in touch

WHAT IS EXPECTED OF ME AS A VOLUNTEER?

SHA does not expect anything of our volunteers that are beyond their capabilities or defined roles. You will only volunteer as far as you are comfortable and able and SHA staff will always be on hand to support you with this. The few expectations we do place on our volunteers is to always be kind, friendly, honest and willing to make a difference.

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"Steve is the best boss I have ever had and I am glad to be working with him and everyone who works with Steve."

David Collins