About Volunteering Be a Skillstree Ambassador. By attending 1 or more events. To sign up as a Skillstree Ambassador click here. About Being a Skillstree Ambassador is volunteering at an EBP South/Basingstoke Consortium in-school event with young people aged 4 -18. It is a great way for people to share their skills to prepare young people for working life. The events are 1 day or a couple of hours and often require no preparation. It is about you giving a few hours or a day to support young people with employability skills and share your knowledge of your job role and industry. Benefits A Skillstree Ambassador is a great way to Do Good. Share Skills. And Volunteer. There are also many additional benefits including: Pin Badge and welcome letter following signing up Invite to the annual Skillstree event Certificate awarded at the Skillstree event An opportunity to receive the Skillstree Ambassador Award Regular e-newsletters Monthly email with the forthcoming events for you to sign up to It is a great way to develop your skills for your CV/LinkedIn and could be part of your Career Development Plan (CDP). Sign up To sign up as a Skillstree Ambassador click here. In-School Events This is an over view of the type of Skillstree events you can support as a Skillstree Ambassador. These events take place in-schools across Hampshire and the surrounding areas. Speed NetworkingAbout: Student(s) will ask you questions about your job, company and industry. Students will be rotate round the room every 15minutes. This gives students an understanding of different work places as well as build their employability skills e.g. confidence and communication skills. Mock InterviewsAbout: You will be interviewing students. We will give you a list of questions at the beginning of the event about competencies, interests etc. You can also prepare your own questions if you want to. At the end give students feedback on their communication skills, body language etc. Students will rotate throughout the day. Interview PreparationAbout: You will deliver and run an interactive workshop on Body Language, Interview Questions, Interview Scenarios or CV’s. The details of the workshop will be sent to you prior to the event and the physical resources will be provided on the day. You can volunteer with someone to run the workshop, if you’d prefer. Guess My JobAbout: Primary School Children guess your job by asking ‘yes’ and ‘no’ questions. You will be given ‘yes’ and ‘no’ cards to hold up on the day and can bring in props to help them guess your job. They will be in small groups and will rotate around the room. To view the current in-school Skillstree events click here. MentoringAbout: Mentoring is a unique opportunity to support a young person during term-term for an hour a week to help them with their next steps. It's sounds simple but often young people may not have the support at home or lack confidence. Having someone (and you may be the only person) taking the time to ask them 'How are you?' 'How has your week been?' 'How was School?' and taking the time to listen, support and believe in them can have a huge impact in them engaging in their school work and steering them to focus on their future career. Training is provided by EBP South. Mentoring opportunities are available at a range of schools across the South Coast. To register as a Skillstree mentor click here. Contact Us Contact the Skillstree Team on: e. [email protected]t. EBP South (South Coast and South Hampshire) - 023 9228 3400t. Basingstoke Consortium (North Hampshire) - 01256 840710 To sign up as a Skillstree Ambassador click here.