Student Hubs works across the UK to transform student involvement in social action. Hubs act as a catalyst, empowering students to become active members of their community by promoting volunteering, campaigning, social entrepreneurship and citizenship.
Set up in 2007 in response to low levels of opportunity for students at Oxford University to engage with socially transformative projects, it has now grown in to 8 universities, supporting and enhancing the work that students already do whilst creating new opportunities for students to make a difference.
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Student Hubs and UK Student Volunteering
Student Hubs recognises that there is a key role for a number of organisations to play at national level in supporting the future of UK student volunteering. In partnership with a number of other partners, it is setting an ambitious course for supporting the future of the movement.
Uniquely placed as both a grass roots delivery organisation as well as a nationally recognised strategic grouping, it is working closely with government, voluntary sector bodies and Higher Education organisations to deliver a structure that adds considerable value to student-led volunteering projects across the UK.