Speaking up for cats
05 March 2017
Have you thought about a new and exciting volunteer opportunity within the Charity?
If you live in Nottinghamshire and would like to use your good communication skills to spread the word about caring for cats, maybe consider volunteering as a Cats Protection Education Speaker.
We are recruiting Education Speakers to develop an understanding of feline welfare, raise awareness of the charity’s work and be a voice for cats in our community. With solid resources, training and support, our Education Speakers deliver workshops and talks to nurseries, primary schools and community groups such as the Brownies, Scouts and WI.
This exciting role is ideal for someone who wants to make a real difference to the lives of cats or someone who wants to develop their presentation and communication skills. Having a driving licence and access to a car is essential to the role.
If you have good administration skills we are also recruiting Researchers to help us find audiences for our cat welfare talks, which are then delivered by volunteer Education Speakers. This would involve contacting local schools, colleges, Scouts, Brownies and community groups (i.e. WI) to arrange talks.
For further information, please contact Ann Hilton, Volunteer Education Team Leader email@example.com