Cultured Minds
Cultured Minds explores the interrelationship between mental health and culture by increasing beneficiaries’ cross-cultural sensitivity on how mental health is perceived in various countries/regions across the world.By publishing social media posts, website articles, interview videos, as well as hosting livestreams, discussion forums and workshops, we endeavour to:

Cultured Minds explores the interrelationship between mental health and culture by increasing beneficiaries’ cross-cultural sensitivity on how mental health is perceived in various countries/regions across the world.

Outreach Officers play a crucial role in reaching out to partner organisations for our events, in order to initiate discussions about cultural influences on mental health as well as introduce relevant charities to other universities.

Time commitment

Volunteers are generally expected to commit 2 hours per week.
Application deadline
What measures have you put in place to ensure volunteers’ safety during COVID-19?
In general, COVID-19 guidelines in compliance with NHS and UCL Volunteering Service, as well as safety guidelines in compliance with UCL Volunteering Service and partner organisations will be followed.

Most of our activities are online. For in-person discussion forums and workshops, volunteers will be encouraged to wear masks in enclosed spaces unless exempt, and regularly wash their hands. Volunteers are also encouraged to not attend a volunteering session if they are feeling unwell.

This is an opportunity offered by a Student-Led Volunteering Project. It is run by UCL students and supported and supervised by staff in Students' Union UCL Volunteering Service.