There are lots of ways you can get involved with Community Circles. We welcome anyone who has time to offer and you don’t have to have any experience or to be trained in any way to join us – we provide all the training you need. Click on the options below to find out more:
As a facilitator
Facilitators work with individual circles, and all you need is time – about four hours a month. We link you with someone who wants a circle, support you with a personal mentor and a buddy, and provide the training you need. Read more about being a facilitator.
As a Mentor
A mentor is someone who has good knowledge of Community Circles and can support facilitators who are just getting started. Mentors commit a couple of hours a month to keep in touch with a facilitator. Read more about mentoring.
As a Community Circles Connector
A Community Circles Connector is a paid role, either full time or part time, connecting facilitators and people in a local area. Read more about being a connector.
As a partner
We work with partner organisations and groups across the UK, from local community groups to regional businesses, and from health and social care providers to schools and universities. Find out more about how we collaborate with other organisations.