Do you want to get involved but do not have enough time, then have you considered microvolunteering?

What is Microvolunteering?

  • One-off specific task, hassle free which can be completed in a short period of time.
  • Tasks vary in length from under 30 minutes to up to 2 hours.
  • Work from the comfort of your home.
  • No meetings required.

Why should I consider it?

  • Learn or strengthen your skills.
  • Gain experience in a variety of areas.
  • Dip in and dip out with absolutely no commitment.
  • Give back to the community without having to commit to lengthy projects.
  • Be in control of your time.
  • Get recognised for your contribution on our leader board.
  • Offer available to members and non-members.
  • Your name and details of your company (services) will be advertised on our leader board as a thank you for your help.

For more information please email info@jcicambridge.org.uk. Please let us know if you would like to be notified by email when new opportunities are published.

Current Microvolunteering Opportunities

Please email info@jcicambridge.org.uk with the ID number and description of the micro task you are interested in.

  • Help us recruit a marketing or social media coordinator.
  • Find a speaker to give a workshop at JCI Cambridge.
  • Write short blog about your experience at JCI Cambridge.
  • Write a blog containing information of what you have learned at a workshop at JCI Cambridge.
  • Write a short article containing informative tips, tricks and advice on a subject of your choice.  This could be related to your current job, career or hobby.
  • Design logo or graphics for the Sherlock Pantomime


Competed Microvolunteering Opportunities

  • Design logo for the "Books & Beers Club" by Chris Pim
  • Blog post on the Personal Development workshop by Alessandra Marini
  • Blog post on Books & Beers Club session - The Slight Edge by Carlos Rojas Porciello