The Angelou Centre offers a range of Volunteering Opportunities for enthusiastic women. We especially encourage multi lingual volunteers to join our team. You do not need to have any qualifications nor speak fluent English to get involved in volunteering at the Angelou Centre, just a commitment to our ethos and values and a want to learn new skills!
For some of our volunteering opportunities you may also receive accredited training.
Please note that for many of our volunteering opportunities a DBS will need to be in place.
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
- Reception & Administration
- Basic Advocacy Support (Multi- Lingual)
- Basic Community Development Roles
- Children & Young Women’s Activity Support
Please contact Bariza Ghiti for further information:
The Angelou Centre also offers a limited number of Voluntary Crèche placements (subject to appropriate qualifications) for further information:
Student & Work Placement Opportunities:
We offer a limited number of University or Post Grad student placement opportunities in partnership with regional universities. We are particularly interested in BME students who are multi-lingual and are studying law, social work or other subjects relevant to community development work.
The Angelou Centre does not fund any student placements and this would have to be agreed with your place of learning.
For further information please contact:
The BAM! Sistahood! Project currently has a number of Heritage Research & Wider Cultural Sector Volunteering Opportunities and placements and are able to offer accredited training opportunities please go the BAM! Sistahood! Page to learn more or contact:
We ask that all Volunteers and women on placements share and adhere to the following Values and Vision:
Empowering Black and Minority Ethnic women and girls
Black and Minority Ethnic women and children in the North East are fully integrated in society and achieve their full potential free from violence and abuse.
The Angelou Centre exists to advance social inclusion and economic independence for black and minority ethnic women, children and young people through: services and activities that enable them to overcome barriers (including abuse and violence) and achieve their full potential as well as ensuring that their voices are heard and inform policy and practice at all levels.