Volunteer with us

Our team is expanding, and we want your help.

We're looking for students from all parts of the education system (from Secondary school to University) to join us and fight for climate education.

How does Teach the Future work?
We organise and communicate digitally, which means there is no expectation for you to attend events or travel to certain locations, it also means you can volunteer flexibly depending upon your timetable. Most of our meetings (which happen through Zoom) take place in the evening, so you can still volunteer with us during school term.


What kind of things do volunteers do?

Honestly, a huge range of things, here are a few examples: creating social media content, planning campaign strategies, meeting with MPs, fundraising, writing blog posts, communicating with our supporting organisations, speaking at events and so much more. We want to make our volunteering experience as accessible at possible, and we know everyone has different strengths and abilities so you will never have to do something you don't want to.

If you have any questions about volunteering or have an accessibility requirement, please email charlie@teachthefuture.uk.

You can register your interest in becoming a volunteer below, and you'll be added to a queue for a welcoming call. 

Donate to help out

Click here to donate and help our campaign.


Email hello@teachthefuture.uk or scotland@teachthefuture.uk to reach us. 

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Teach the Future is a youth-led campaign to urgently repurpose the entire education system around the climate emergency and ecological crisis.
The English campaign is run by two organisations, UKSCN and SOS-UK.

The Scottish campaign is run by two organisations, SYCS and NUS Scotland.

The campaign is led by a team of over 40 young volunteers. 

We are advised by an adult advisory board.

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