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Ever wanted to do something for the community but didn’t know what? Want to use your leadership to inspire others? Then the NHSF (UK) National Committee (NatCom) is definitely for you.

The National Hindu Students’ Forum (UK) has continued to grow over the last 25 years. Whilst many organisations took a hit during the downturn of the economy, NHSF (UK) developed a large network of students across the country at almost 50 universities. This displays the commitment that a growing number of students have towards Hindu Dharma and the wider Samaj (community).

We encourage you to join the National Committee and utilise your skills and expertise for the development of the wider Samaj. This is also your opportunity to develop yourself through a range of teams that you can join. We are looking for National Committee members to join a strong team of like-minded individuals. This is a very exciting time to be a part of NHSF (UK); we are celebrating a huge milestone in our history; 25 years of service. With a cascade of events planned to celebrate this milestone, there really is no better time to join the National Committee.

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Applications for the role listed below are now open.

ROLE:  North Zone Campus Team Member

We are currently recruiting for a North Zone Campus Team Member, who could provide support, and communicate our values and initiatives to our Northern chapters. This role requires someone who has good organisational, communication and time management skills. The commitment to travel and visit our chapters is also important. If this sounds like you, please apply by 29th November.

Please download the application form here.

Application deadline is midnight 29th November.

For further information about the roles please get in touch with our National General Secretaries Bhavesh Dharni (bhavesh.dharni@nhsf.org.uk) and Radha Sharma (radha.sharma@nhsf.org.uk).