Do you want to help transform Studenterhuset RUC into the coolest place in Roskilde?
Become a volunteer!
Send an email to email@example.com with your name, phone number, some words about yourself, and what type of volunteer you would like to be (read below).
Be a part of our facebook group and stay tuned to see what we do and how you can help!
Join the group here.
Studenterhuset RUC is operated solely by volunteers. Our volunteers put a lot of effort in the house in order to create a better student environment at Roskilde University. The main advantage of being a volunteer is that you create unique networks and relationships with people who have different backgrounds and different abilities.
What are the benefits?
- Be a part of creating an awesome study enviroment, that the entire campus will benefit from
- Make new friends and a strong social network
- Meet people with different qualifications and skills
- The possibility to develop your own qualifications and skills within areas you find interesting
- An exclusive invitation to Studenterhuset RUC’s summer event
- An written reference to your CV
What do we expect of you?
We expect that you engage in the positions of responsibility you get. In addition, it is expected that you attend at scheduled meetings and comply with agreements. Finally, it is expected that you enjoy your volunteering along with all the other volunteers.
In the student house we work within different committees that handles different tasks. If you wanna work specific within an area, then contact us for further information. Read about our committees here.
Types of volunteers:
Are volunteers, but to perform this task, you must be elected at the annual general meeting, which is open to all students at Roskilde University.
Possess great positions of responsibility and you are therefore chosen by the board
Employees at RUCbar who brew coffee and pour beers. Read more at Bar & Café
Practical helpers at the student house.. As “hand” you are able to help with the practical at an event. You do not need to attend meetings regularly and you do not have responsibility for making any major decisions.