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Trapped In Zone One CIC
Trapped in Zone One is a registered London based arts collective, with a passion for the arts and culture. Our philosophy is to build strong partnership with community groups and organisations and support our artists, whether it’s their first steps in the art world or if they’re established already. Since 2017 we have been proud ambassadors of GreatArt and host exhibitions, running…

Are you passionate about empowering young people and making a positive impact in your community? From 29th July to 23rd August, we will be hosting an exciting summer holiday programme designed to provide creative and sporting activities for young people during the school holidays. Our goal is to offer a safe and engaging environment that keeps participants active and nurtures their talents while fostering a sense of community connection. We are looking for a volunteer that can gather information to assess the impact of our summer holiday programme on the community. Some of the benefits of participating are:

  • Opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of young people and families in your community.
  • Gain valuable experience in community-based research, data collection, and analysis.
  • Work alongside dedicated professionals and volunteers committed to positive youth development and community engagement.
  1. Data Collection: Conducting interviews and surveys with programme staff, participants, and their families to gather feedback and insights on their experiences and perceptions of the summer holiday provision.
  2. Impact Assessment: Analysing collected data to assess the effectiveness of the programme in providing a safe and supportive environment for young people, addressing their needs, and promoting their well-being during the school holidays.
  3. Community Engagement: Engaging with local stakeholders, including community leaders, schools, and social service agencies, to gather additional perspectives and identify areas for improvement or collaboration.
  4. Reporting: Compiling research findings into comprehensive reports, highlighting key trends, challenges, and success stories, and presenting actionable recommendations for enhancing future programme iterations.
Who will the volunteers be working with?
Project Lead/Head and Founder of Trapped in Zone One.
Possible training if need to use a specific system we don’t envisage this will be needed.

Time commitment

2-8 hours a week during a two-month period.
Application deadline

This organisation is one of our community partner organisations.

Like all volunteer recruiters we work with, they have signed up to our service standards, agreeing to abide by our policy on partnership working to keep you safe and supported whilst you volunteer.

You’ll never be out of pocket for volunteering through us – with in-London travel expenses to and from your volunteering guaranteed.

In addition, the team here at Students’ Union UCL Volunteering Service is here to support you throughout your volunteering journey – you can get in touch with us at any time.