Volunteers are a vital part of the movement. By volunteering you will be directly challenging stigma and discrimination. You can find out more about the specific roles and responsibilities of our volunteers below.
As a volunteer you could be a voice with lived experience, informing people all over Scotland or within your local community about the impact of mental health stigma and discrimination. When people speak out, lives change. Volunteers are the heart of See Me and you will be able to influence how we deliver our programme.
See Me holds volunteer taster days four times a year. These days, spread around the country give prospective volunteers a chance to meet the team, ask questions and explore different types of volunteer roles before applying.
They are also great events to meet like minded people and find out how you can take action about stigma in your local area.
‘Was great to meet people I’ve tweeted to’
‘A very good day… made me feel optimistic about the future’
‘Fab team of people at See Me, can’t wait to come on board’
We would recommend that before applying for a role as a volunteer you attend one of the taster days.
To find out more information please contact email@example.com.
Opportunities for Volunteers
Click on the links below to find out more about each role and how to apply. You can send in applications by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to: Maeve Grindall See Me 51 Wilson Street Glasgow G1 1UZ
Community Champions are leaders in their local area, taking action against stigma and discrimination and enabling others to do so.
Media volunteers speak to journalists about their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination
Join the People's Panel and anonymously feed back your views about how you think we're doing
Join our movement for change
It's easy for you to tackle stigma and discrimination. You can do as little or as much as you're able to and it all helps.Join now