Volunteering & Work Experience

Volunteering for Hijinx

We are always interested in hearing from people who would like to volunteer for Hijinx in some way, shape or form. At certain times of year, particularly around Unity Festival, we rely heavily on the brains and brawn of an army of volunteers.

If you are keen to volunteer with us, email us on info@hijinx.org.uk and let us know:

  • how much time you could give to us and when
  • any skills and experience you could bring to bear (for example, clean drivers’ license + access to a car or experience in teaching drama workshops etc.)
  • if you have a current CRB form.

Work Experience

Unfortunately, as a really small company we are unable to accommodate requests for work experience very often. From time to time, we take on work experience people to help us with a specific project and purpose.

To register your interest in work experience with us, please email your CV to info@hijinx.org.uk and let us know specifically what skills you have that you could bring to the party as well as what experience you would ideally like to get from working with us.


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