Be a youth education volunteer
Volunteering as part of the RNLI’s Youth Education Team is an important role within the charity as we aim to save the lives of young people through our fantastic education programme. A message given today could be a life saved tomorrow.
As a volunteer youth education presenter, you’ll focus specifically on the next generation of RNLI supporters, presenting at schools and youth groups, igniting young people's interest in our charity and giving advice on how to stay safe on, in or near the water.
You could also be a heritage education volunteer, working closely with one of our six museums to bring our stories of courage and innovation alive.
In both roles you’ll get to meet lots of new people and develop your skills in talking to young people. And we’ll provide you with all the necessary training and support to carry out your role effectively.
If you have any questions about volunteering for the RNLI, visit our FAQs page.
If you can’t find a relevant role, please contact our Youth Education Team to see if there are any other youth education volunteering opportunities in your area.