Museum Volunteer is acknowledged at Awards
Published on: 03 June 2015
Jessica Morris, a former volunteer at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford has been named runner-up in the University of Wolverhampton’s Annual Employment and Volunteering Awards 2015.
The award recognises a student who has made an exceptional contribution and demonstrated outstanding commitment to the organisation they had volunteered with.
The competition was very strong with six other competitors vying for the award. In the end the university recognised Jess’s “Tremendous contribution and fantastic effort in helping the Access and Learning Department at the RAF Museum Cosford.”
Jess who volunteered for the Museum for over a year has recently completed her War Studies in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Wolverhampton and is now in full time employment.
Since 2008, University of Wolverhampton students have contributed some 200,000 hours of volunteering with 615 organisations across the Midlands, with an estimated monetary value of £2m to the local community.
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