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College and volunteering - Boss Employment

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College and volunteering - Boss Employment

College and Trianing

For people who want to do training, local colleges offer a number of different courses that might be of interest.  

The City of Bristol College offers a range of work focused and life skills courses to choose from

www.cityofbristol.ac.uk

Volunterring

Volunteering can also be important for some people. As a volunteer you can feel more independent, gain more confidence and end up doing more things yourself. 

You'll also meet and socialise with other people in your community - who knows, you might do things you've never done before.

It can provide a great way to get involved in your local community.

Many organisations offer opportunities to volunteer.  Charity shops, city farms and other environmental projects.  

Volunteer Bristol may be a useful source of advice and guidance

http://www.volunteerbristol.org.uk/

The Shaw Trust are looking for peoiple interested in volunteering in a retail environment.

They have a range of different roles and tasks in their Shop in the Galleries that would suit a number of different interests and support needs.

Use the online application or drop into the shop

http://www.shaw-trust.org.uk/support-us/volunteering/