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We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

Volunteering/Internships/Placements

NCCL offers opportunities for volunteers to support our law, heritage and education work. Opportunities range from assisting with the development, delivery or advocacy of our educational programmes to schools across the regions.

NCCL has a Youth Panel who help with development of resources and more at the Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham. Please e-mail [email protected] more information on joining our Youth Panel in Nottingham. Find out more about the Youth Advisory Panel here 

NCCL also has a group of educational professionals who, on a voluntary basis, assist with the development of the learning programmes.  If you are interested in joining one of these groups please contact us.

The Galleries of Justice Museum are currently recruiting a Family Learning Volunteer. For more details please see the full role decription: Galleries of Justice Museum Volunteer Role Description – Family Learning Volunteer (Delivery) The purpose of this family learning role is to assist in the delivery of new activities for families who visit the Galleries of Justice Museum. For more information, contact Rebecca Buck, Community Participation Officer: [email protected] Please be aware, due to high demand, family learning (development and delivery) volunteers are now being recruited for the summer holiday period and will not begin volunteering until June 2016 at the earliest.

 

NCCL works with a number of legal professionals on a pro bono basis to consult with development of our resources and to assist with delivery of sessions in Nottingham, London and Manchester. If you are a legal professional and would like to support NCCL with your time please contact us. See our Friends of NCCL page more information.

We work with students from Nottingham Trent University to assist with the delivery of schools programme in Nottingham at the Galleries of Justice Museum and several law students in Manchester and Nottingham also volunteer their time to support our education work.

“Really good experience which means children from all backgrounds get a chance to experience what it is like in the courts”. – Zainab, law student

“I feel it benefits not only learners but us as volunteers as we get to meet legal professionals and listen to their advice about how they got where they are now.” – Sadia law student

The Galleries of Justice Museum also has a number of voluntary positions. Please contact us for further information or to express interest in any of the above mentioned positions.

Click here to read more about volunteering across our three sites (Nottingham, London and Manchester)