Southampton Student Nominated for National Award
We are very pleased to congratulate Natasha Unwin, a University of Southampton student and co-ordinator of the Southampton Hub society, on being one of five students nationally to be shortlisted for the Student Volunteering Award.
Tasha was nominated by Student Hubs, who are the national charity that the local branch society Southampton Hub is a part of, and was put forward for her continuing dedication in supporting other student volunteers in to taking action.
Southampton Hub is a network of students from the University of Southampton, who are engaged in changing society for the better. If you care about making a difference – whether local, national, or international, Southampton Hub can help you get informed and get involved in charitable, volunteering and socially entrepreneurial activities, as well as offering training and information on a range of social and environmental issues, events, and careers.
The awards coincide with Student Volunteering Week this coming week, which is now in its twelfth year and brings together organisations from all sectors to promote and celebrate the volunteering efforts of students across Universities and Colleges in the UK.
The winner will be announced on Wednesday 13th February by Nick Hurd MP, Minister for Civil Society at at reception to celebrate Student Volunteering Week.
Good luck Tasha!
If you’re Interested in finding out more or joining Southampton Hub, or any of the other societies at SUSU, then visit www.susu.org/something-for-everyone.Tags: Natasha Unwin, Southampton, Southampton Hub, Student Hubs, Student Volunteering Award, Student Volunteering Week