Our mission is to provide accessible and affordable educational, cultural, physical and social opportunities appropriate to the needs of retired and semi-retired people.
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The U3A worldwide has the policy of engaging its members as volunteers to fulfil all of the administrative and teaching tasks needed to keep the organisation operating effectively.
This practice keeps the annual subscription to a minimum and utilises the rich variety of skills and resources offered by its members.
At the Manningham U3A, we acknowledge our members' contribution by enabling all volunteers to enrol into classes for the following year ahead of others. We are happy to say that most of our members take advantage of this incentive.
Details of tasks for volunteers are provided on the Volunteering Categories document. Please also refer to the Enrolment Priorities for all Volunteer Tasks which provides a description of the various tasks.
Opportunities also exist for members to share their special interests and skills.
Heather Ambrose, Co-ordinator of Volunteers of Manningham U3A, has written a paper on the Recruitment of Volunteers. For details, please click here.
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