We’d like to grow our team of Women’s Heritage Walks tour guides and would love to hear from you if you are interested in women’s history, or want to learn more, and who want to contribute to making women’s achievements, lives and contributions more visible and better known.
We are again looking for a talented, positive and engaged emerging visual communication designer to join us for a residency for 12 months. This is a voluntary position, which we imagine is suitable for recent graduates (within the last year) or someone with equivalent experience.
We are looking for volunteers to join our team in the new year. Do either of these roles sound like they might be for you?
Our most recent Book Picnic took place on Friday 20th and as usual was filled with exciting new recommendations.
We’re looking for new volunteers who are keen to learn and can bring enthusiasm, fresh ideas and a passion for GWL’s values and work.
If you love meeting and talking to people, are a great listener, and would like to encourage more women to borrow books, come to events and get involved in GWL, then this is the role for you.
Volunteer recruitment for the Speaking Out project has now been concluded.
We are looking for young women who’d like to find out more about either films, art, books, music, dance (or all of these!) by women artists and who’d like to learn how they can help GWL to reach more young women using blogging and social media.
PaperGirls is the only project (that I know of!) which brings together easy going cycling, community based arts and culture, coffee, and leaflet distribution…
We are looking for a volunteer to assist our colleague Lorna Stevenson, the project worker, in supporting a women’s history group in Clydebank to develop a Memory Box about women’s history in West Dunbartonshire.