Have you considered leading a project this year?
“Being a Project Leader…it’s like being able to make your own small pocket of change”
"I consider it very significant if you can touch even a single life with your thoughts and ideas and give them tools for their minds"
I spoke to the lovely Alankrita Singh, a master's student studying MA in Sociology in childhood and children rights at the Institute of Education (IOE) and is one of the project leaders for CreativeMinds. 
So, if you are thinking about doing it, make big pros and cons lists, and the pros will always outweigh the cons.
I spoke to the lovely Amrutha, who is in her fifth year in medicine, Anisha, who is in her third year of medicine intercalating in global health, and Humza, who is in his second year studying medicine, about their Project Leader roles in the Student-Led Project,
"These people are struggling. They have been through a lot and with a little effort we can make a huge difference to their lives."
Shuan is a first-year International Social and Political Studies student specialising in anthropology. She works as a project leader for the Student-Led Project Impact Initiative, a project founded to aid the English learning of Afghan Refugees in London.
Alumni Stories - Virad Kisan
Virad Kisan was a keen volunteer whilst studying Medicine at UCL. He now works as a junior doctor in the NHS - we caught up with him recently to find out how his experiences as a volunteer have been useful in his career.
"It made a huge impact on the students, they were all grateful and really enjoyed it"
London Screen Academy has been partnered up with the Student-Led Project UCL Sexpression.
"It certainly impacts on their sense of responsibility and clarity..."
In this Profile Piece, Dorota shares the collaboration experience between Westminster Kingsway College and the Student-Led Project On & Up Women in Finance. Find out about the amazing workshops they ra
What I’ve really learnt is that volunteering isn’t about “pitying those in need”, but rather establishing genuine human connections.
I spoke to the lovely Angel who is currently an MSci in Psychology and currently in year 1.
It is a great opportunity to hone the skills you are already have and develop the ones you didn’t know you had
I spoke to the lovely Melissa who is in her fifth year of medicine and Arif in his fourth year of medicine about their Project Leader roles in the Student-Led Project called  AcaMedics.
"And of course the most important thing is the wellbeing aspect: you feel that you are doing something great for others and yourself."
Salima is a master’s student at the Institute of Education studying Educational Planning, Economics, and International Development.
"It’s been quite valuable for our students, they really enjoy speaking with university students..."
This past academic year, the Student-Led Project On & Up Women in Finance has been working with Mulberry School for Girls.
"...This will be a legacy that can continue over time"
Kelly, from Thames Reach, gives us some insight into her experience working with the Student-Led Project (SLP) Open Space Redevelopment.
"We really could not do it without the volunteers, they are our biggest asset"
We had a lovely chat with Edward from StreetDoctors about their partnership with one of UCL's Student-Led Volunteering group: StreetDoctors UCL.
"It was lovely to see the interaction between the students and the older people, the patience shown by the students, and their understanding..."
We recently spoke with Andrew, from Holborn Community Association, about their work with the Student-Led Project: DanceIt!
"It's been wonderful to work with students who just want to make the world a bit of a better place"
It was great speaking with Nele, from Anthony Nolan, about their experience working with UCL Marrow this year, she had amazing input about the volunteers' impact on their organisation!
"We found the volunteers were really engaging and friendly, really prepared..."
We had a lovely talk with Alfie from Hammersmith Academy. He shared their experience working with the Student-Led Project "UCL Next Top Doctor".
We thought global warming would be the most relevant topic and it is the most debated topic in our daily lives.
I met the lovely Wong U Sin who studies biomedical sciences, and Hei Chan, who studies pharmacology at UCL to speak about their roles as Project Leaders for the Student-Led Project 'Extracurricular Day Project'.
It has also helped me realise that so many people are interested in food waste and how people would go an extra mile to help reduce food waste.
I spoke to the lovely Patricia Gimeno Le Paih, a second-year Biological Sciences undergraduate student, who is co-leading the Student-Led Project Zero Food Waste.
I think our project will highlight how stigma can influence your healthcare.
I spoke to the lovely Luke Muschialli, a second year Medical student who is currently co-leading the Student-Led Project
My Experience of Language and Cultural Day
I have recently volunteered for ‘the Language and Cultural Day’. At the one-day event, I taught Japanese culture and language to 30 local primary school students at UCL.