Projects
The Oxford Hub run a range of opportunities for you to learn about issues, connect with each other students and tackle social problems.
We have a huge variety of volunteering projects and skilled placements for you to get involved in, take a browse and choose one which is right for you. Any questions, just email hello@oxfordhub.org
Volunteering
Schools Plus helps young people to achieve their academic potential by matching them with university student tutors.
Branch Up supports local disadvantaged children by connecting them with student mentors on activity days.
LinkAges takes the loneliness out of old age by connecting students to opportunities to help local older people.
Sports Action empowers young people to get excited about sport through our 1:1 mentoring.
Teach Green teach primary school children about environmental projects.
Forest Schools give children the chance to develop through fun hands-on learning outdoors.
Code Club gives children the opportunity to learn to code in volunteer-led sessions.
FELLOW teach English to overseas workers.
OHAG link students up to charities tackling homelessness in Oxford.
OxCo-op makes ethical food accessible and affordable in the local community.
OxGrow is a community gardening project in South Oxford.
ProjectSoup is a series of community micro-funding dinners, bringing people together to have fun, tackle food waste and raise awareness of and funds for community projects.
The Ethical Network is a network of ALL the exciting Social Action related projects going on in Oxford that students can be involved with. There really is something for every interest and time schedule, so click here to get involved now!
Skilled Placements
We run two skilled placements programmes throughout term time, which offer students the opportunity to gain experience working with local organisations in the social and environmental impact sector. Impact Labs places students as consultants in local charities, and through the Young Trustees Programme students can become visiting trustees at a range of charities in Oxford.
We also run a summer internship programme, placing students for a minimum of 6 weeks in social impact organisations across Southern England.
Incubation
The Oxford University Social Enterprise Awards Scheme provides practical and financial support to students and university staff wanting to launch a social enterprise here in Oxford.
We also provide a variety of tailored support to individual students and groups starting up new projects. This includes in-person training and coaching, written resources and introductions to useful contacts. Get in touch with Anna at president@oxfordhub.org if you need some advice or support.
Critical Engagement Events
During term time our sensational student committee also put on weekly events. These range from talks on pressing social and environmental issues, to charity open mic nights, social enterprise careers panels, ethical eating festivals, swap shops, microvolunteering opportunities and training sessions on key skills for social action. To stay in the loop, sign-up to our mailing list and receive a weekly email summarising the best of what's on in Oxford.
Our student committee also do great work to raise the profile of environmentally and socially conscious projects and businesses in Oxford. Take a look at our very own Ethical Guide to Oxford. Whether you’re looking for a great lunch or sustainable clothes, we’ve got you covered with these top picks!
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