You will play a key role in the safe, smooth and effective procession of an annual march through Glasgow City Centre in support of women's rights on 29 November.
You will be greeting people arriving at the gathering point, answering questions about the march and its route, and direct the flow of foot. You will also be responsible for spotting health and safety concerns to the Lead Organiser.
You must be available from 4pm - 8.30pm on the day of the march.
Benefits to self
Experience getting involved with political campaigning
Customer Service experience
Meeting new people
Benefits to others
Supporting the advancement of women's rights and supporting fundraising for crucial support services for survivors of rape and sexual assault.
Glasgow City Centre/West End
A full brief on the march route, potential FAQs, communicating with members of the public, how to spot safety risks and who to report them to will be provided. The training will take place at 4pm on 29 November.
Support and supervision details
You will be supported by Strath Union's VP Inclusion, Student Engagement staff and the Head Steward, who will be available throughout the event.