So you want to know more?
Students in Classrooms have been offering students from Nottingham Trent University and University of Nottingham the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of local young people for well over a decade. We have had hundreds of students take part over the years and go on to great things following their time with us. We think these are fantastic opportunities that all students should consider, regardless of your future career ambitions! We would say that though right? That’s why we wanted to share some of the student experiences with you, straight from the people who are actually living it right now!
Follow the links below to read what students have to say about our schemes
Considering becoming an Outreach Ambassador?
“I love my role as an Outreach Ambassador. Anyone who loves to meet amazing people, try new things, face new challenges and grow as a person would certainly be suitable for this job role“
Interested in hearing more about James’s experience?
Interested in being an Achievement coach?
“So if you are thinking of teaching, I would one hundred percent recommend this role. Honestly, I wish I had of done it sooner.”
Wondering what it’s like be an an Achievement Coach? Read about Rasna’s experience
Thinking of getting involved as a Learning Advocate?
“This experience has made me more aware of the problems refugee and migrant children face at a young age and how this impacts their education”
Read more about Hayley’s experience as a Learning Advocate.
“…the little challenges turn into moments I will treasure for a long time.“
Learn about how Sophie has made long-lasting memories by supporting her community
Applications for 19/20 are now closed
Thank you for your interest in our Students in Classrooms scheme. Although you might have missed the deadline, there are still plenty of ways you can get involved in supporting your local and global community. For more opportunities, please visit www.ntu.ac.uk/community.