Volunteering

Tomorrow’s Company welcomes volunteers from all backgrounds; from recent graduates to individuals with significant business experience. Individuals with business experience have often volunteered with Tomorrow’s Company while considering a change in career.

If you have the talent and background to help us succeed with our agenda then a volunteer position with Tomorrow’s Company can offer an exciting and challenging experience.

Previous volunteers have worked on all stages of project-based research, report drafting, managing project-related events, communications and website development and marketing, partnership and other core areas of business practice and administration. Many have become part of the permanent team.

Volunteers are integrated into the TC core team and work alongside our employees and their work is deeply valued. We offer a supportive team environment where volunteers are given the opportunity to stretch themselves and investigate new fields; and take on new roles and tasks which will be of use when they seek employment.

We’re always on the look-out for energetic, enthusiastic and talented individuals interested in volunteering across a range of areas. Most immediately, we’re looking for volunteers to support Tomorrow’s Company in research and communications. If you’re interested in finding out more about our volunteering programme, please get in touch!

Roles will usually last for three months but of course flexibility is offered.

If you are interested in volunteering at Tomorrow’s Company, please email your cover letter and CV to Claire Dobson (claire@tomorrowscompany.com or 0207 8394040), or contact us via Reach Volunteering.

Volunteer Spotlight


Nathan White

“I recently graduated from reading Human Geography at Durham University. Whilst at Tomorrow’s Company, I worked specifically on the Voices of Progress project; transcribing and analysing interviews as well as gaining insight into different business sectors and experiences. A word to sum up what I learned in my 6 weeks: purpose.”



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Cristina Santisteban Sendagort

 “During my time at Tomorrow’s Company, I have been involved with a great number of projects; ranging from developing the charity’s new website to preparing for our very own Future’s Project launch. There is a great atmosphere at Tomorrow’s Company and I have gained an excellent insight into corporate governance and sustainability-related issues. Tomorrow’s Company goes much further than CSR.”


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