Volunteer for us
With the commitment of our volunteers, we are able to offer a support network to young people facing significant barriers to employment, education or training.
Want to become an e-mentor on Prince’s Trust Online? Click here to visit our dedicated e-mentor page.
Volunteers are at the heart of everything we do
Last year Business Mentors donated over 220,000 hours to The Prince's Trust.
We’ve always been reliant on dedicated volunteers like you to help us in our mission of turning the lives of young people around. Whether you’re helping in our offices and centres or working one-to-one with young people, your support can have a powerful impact and long lasting effects.
Use the filter below to explore the roles available in your region. If you find a role you’re interested in, we’d love to hear from you – simply fill in our enquiry form, telling us the role you’d like to apply for, and we’ll be in touch with you soon.
Already a volunteer? Find tools and resources in our volunteer hub.
London and South East, Northern Ireland, South West
Providing support for volunteers working one-to-one with our young people.
East Midlands, North West, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, West Midlands, Yorkshire and The Humber
Providing one-to-one support to a young person starting in self-employment.
East Midlands, East of England, London and South East, North East, North West, Northern Ireland, Scotland, South West, Wales, West Midlands, Yorkshire and The Humber
Providing one-to-one support to young people on Princes Trust Online
East Midlands, Northern Ireland, Scotland, South West, Wales
Supporting the delivery of the four-day Explore Enterprise Course.
East Midlands, London and South East, North West, Northern Ireland, Scotland, South West, Wales, Yorkshire and The Humber
Providing one-to-one support to a young person looking for work or training.
Northern Ireland, Scotland, South West, West Midlands, London and South East
Providing support on the Enterprise course to help young people explore their next step.
Showing 1 to 6 of 6 opportunities
Becoming a volunteer
For the majority of roles, you don't need to have any experience, specialist skills or qualifications. The qualities we look for in our volunteers are:
- Ability to relate to and empathise with young people and their aspirations
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, especially listening skills
- Ability to be non-judgemental, self-aware, patient, understanding, flexible, positive and supportive in all situations
- Ability to challenge own assumptions and negativity