Share Your Skills With St. Mungo's Recovery College
The Recovery College’s aim is simple - to make learning enjoyable, accessible and creative.
- Tutors in english and maths are always welcome as homeless people have among the lowest literacy and numeracy skill levels of any group in society.
- Business start-up advice is also welcome, help clients develop their goals in self-employment, business ownership or managing a social enterprise.
- Their clients – anyone who lives in St Mungo’s accommodation or uses our services – co-design and facilitate all of their sessions, govern the College, create the curriculum and support the day-to-day running, and they have a 'wish-list'! Are you passionate about any of these topics? Are you enthuastic to volunteer and share your knowledge and skills with others? sak [at] betterbankside.co.uk (subject: I%20want%20to%20know%20more%20about%20volunteering%20with%20St.%20Mungo's%20Recovery%20College) (Then why not get in touch)
The College is based on the principle that learning is a core part of recovery, personal development and wellbeing. St Mungo’s works primarily with people who’ve experienced being homeless and the College courses are open to all clients, staff, volunteers and the wider community.
St. Mungo's have a very strong constitution which ensures all sessions are delivered in a relaxed, friendly and supportive environment. Interested in getting involved with tutoring but unsure about how to deliver a class? St. Mungo's will give you all the support you need or why not enrol on one of the many courses on offer now and get a feel for how the Recovery College works or sak [at] betterbankside.co.uk (subject: St.%20Mungo's%20Recovery%20College) (contact us for further information about getting involved)