There are so many different opportunities to get involved in the College community that it is sometimes hard to know where to start. Here’s 3 quick ways you can get more involved in the College community.
Volunteer to share your expertise
Perhaps you’re a full-time waterslide tester and want to encourage the merits of that profession to a new generation of Scots boys.
Perhaps you’re a full-time waterslide tester and want to encourage the merits of that profession to a new generation of Scots boys
Perhaps you had an unconventional path to success, and want to share the tips and tricks of getting to where you are. Sharing your expertise with our boys is a great way to get involved at Scots.
Volunteer to host an In Conversation lunch with Year 12 boys and Dr Lambert. Join us in the Patribus Room for lunch one day and field questions from our boys on everything from the state of global politics to whether or not Rugby Union is facing a crisis. Click here to getinvolved.
Come learn about our future vision
There’s an exciting future around the corner for our country. But to seize the opportunities, we need to reinvent education for a new world. Scots has a plan to continue to be at the fore of education, and you can come learn about that from Dr Lambert throughout the term. To find out when, click here.
Write for our community news
Doing something interesting at work? Read something in the paper that you’d like to comment on? Send it through to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can contribute to fuelling an intellectual discussion at the College.