Impact Initiative
We aim to create an empowered community of refugees & students through collective learning at UCL. We aim to link UCL students with refugees between the ages of 16-25 years old, and support them with developmental aspects such as school work, improving their English speaking, and also applying to university. InstagramFacebookLinkedin  

This year, we will be continuing our work with Hopscotch Women's Centre in providing English tutoring to Afghan refugees, offering tutoring sessions twice a week in local hotels. Furthermore, we will be collaborating with Bridging the Future, a local organisation mentoring young people from disadvantaged backgrounds on their educational and career pursuits.

Time commitment

For those planning on volunteering with us for Hopscotch, we expect minimum one hour per week of tutoring, and will sometimes be required for additional help with lesson material creation and planning.

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.