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Once you've finished volunteering

Welcome to a truly global community of VSO volunteers and supporters.

When you finish volunteering with us, you'll find that you're part of a community of VSO volunteers. We'll help you settle back into daily life, and the knowledge and experience you've picked up can help us design new projects with different partners.

We'll invite you to:

  • give us feedback on your time volunteering,
  • share your experiences to help the volunteers who come after you,
  • connect with other former volunteers and supporters in your local area,
  • take part in events with fellow returned volunteers,
  • stay up-to-date with progress from your project, and tailored news from VSO.

Ready to apply?

Browse our current opportunities to find the right role for you.

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Are you a former volunteer?

There are plenty of ways for you to stay in touch and continue to be a part of VSO.

We’d love you to:

Stay connected as a former volunteer

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How volunteering works

Everything you need to know about volunteering with VSO.

volunteer prepares to set up the disaster risk management committee (DRMC) signboard at Kyatkathone Village,Kyike Ma Yaw Township, Mon state, Myanmar
VSO/Nyan Zay Htet

Volunteering opportunities

Our current roles for expert volunteers in Africa and Asia.

VSO's National Youth Engagement Network in Nigeria campaigning on youth participation around elections.
NYEN Nigeria

Global volunteer network

Discover how you can stay involved with VSO and be part of our community – wherever you are in the world.