We have an established volunteering team of over 60 volunteers in a variety of roles which is integral to the work of Leeds Youth Offending Service. This may be as a mentor supporting young people on a one to one basis, helping to plan individual programmes of work to reduce risk of future offending or supporting young people in the police station following their arrest.
For detailed role descriptions, person specifications, expectations of time commitments and application process details please see the Documents section
on this page.Current opportunities:
We have opportunities for volunteer mentors
. For further information see the mentor role description in the documents section
on this page.
If you think you have the necessary skills required, please email us on email@example.com
to express your interest or to ask any questions.
We would particularly welcome interest from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
- volunteers should be 21 years or over for the roles that we currently offer.
- foundation and role specific training will be provided for all volunteers.
- we ask for a minimum commitment of 12 months to match the time given for training and development.
- all volunteers will be required to have a DBS check.