Volunteers for 'Achieve More' - an interactive module for our students

— 04.11.16

by Jody Dalton

Volunteers required: Management School graduates not in further study

Role: Students will be interested to hear about your current role and career journey, types of group work activity available to you as a student, and the relevance of an awareness of global issues in your role/company. You will have the chance to interact with students by presenting to them, assisting in a group discussions and networking, whilst providing encouragement and offering advice and feedback about their projects

About Achieve More: The State of Sheffield

The State of Sheffield is a four-day interdisciplinary module which gives students the opportunity to:

  • Engage with academics and their research;
  • Tackle some of the biggest global challenges facing society today;
  • Work across disciplines to broaden horizons and subject knowledge;
  • Develop team-working and problem-solving skills.

As part of the module, students work in groups to investigate a global issue that is currently challenging the City of Sheffield and to create an artefact that communicates their findings to a wider audience.

This year's themes:

  • Environment
  • Changing Places, Changing Times
  • Impact
  • Citizenship
  • Diversity and Division

To register: For more information and to register your interest see here.


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