Case Studies

tfmp-volunteersVolunteers are a vital part of The Future Melting Pot. Whether they are students looking to gain experience to complement their degrees, graduates looking for work experience or people looking to move into a new sector, there are loads of opportunities for our volunteers to take on substantive roles within the organisation, whether they are interested in finance, research, marketing, and administration or campaigning.

We always work with the volunteer’s interests when assigning roles to make sure they get the most out of their time with us. We are proud that our volunteers have such an impact on the work we do. We are also proud that we have such a great range of support from all manner of professionals, on whom we can draw in order to encourage and complement our volunteers.

Our goal is to assist in the continued training and development of every individual who wishes to work with us.

  • Nathan

    Nathan Shillingford is TFMP’s Company Secretary. He joined the organisation in 2009 and now has many and varied responsibilities. He works on the Board, preparing the agenda, documenting the minutes

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  • Jenni

    When I graduated in 2009, the country was in recession and the effect that had on the job market, coupled with my own lack of experience and confidence, meant that

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  • Aneela

    Why did you decide to volunteer with TFMP and what were you hoping to get out of it? I found TFMP is fairly young company with strong ambitions and that

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  • Leonela

    Why did you decide to volunteer with TFMP and what were you hoping to get out of it? I decided to volunteer because I was trying to gain work experience

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  • Rashioh

    Why did you decide to volunteer with TFMP and what were you hoping to get out of it? I decided to volunteer with TFMP because I wanted to get experience

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  • Gonçalo Grilo

    We have been very fortunate to have had a very talented intern with us on a work placement over the past few weeks. We asked him a few questions about

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