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Support after your placement

Upon your return, you'll find that you're part of a community of VSO volunteers.

After your placement

Cambridge supporter group 60th anniversary event.

Cambridge supporter group 60th anniversary event.

Upon your return, 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.

With our resettlement programme, you can:

  • Give feedback to VSO on your volunteer experience
  • Share your experiences to help the volunteers who come after you
  • Join the global VSO community of returned volunteers, with dedicated news and support
  • Connect with other returned volunteers and VSO supporters locally, at one of our supporter groups
  • Stay up to date with progress from your placement

Are you a former volunteer?

A man and a woman stand outside talking animatedly
VSO/Onye Ubanatu

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

Former volunteers

More information on becoming a VSO volunteer

VSO volunteers in VSO Nepal's Sisters for sisters project

Before you start your project

Helping you get ready for your placement.

Marianne Bontenbal, VSO volunteer midwife, at work checking new mothers health in the postnatal care ward of the Gulu regional referral hospital, Uganda.

Support when on your project

Keeping you safe, healthy and happy whilst on placement.

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

Volunteer opportunities

Our current roles for expert volunteers in Africa and Asia.