Whether it’s you or someone else drinking, excessive alcohol consumption can have a big impact on your school, university and college years.
That’s why we are always on the look out to collaborate on projects that help to limit the impact of alcohol misuse on people engaged in the education system.
It’s our aim to increase two way conversation with people in education, to get them involved in creating the solutions that tackle their challenges and raise awareness of our service within local campuses.
DRiNKLiNK works closely with education establishments as well as those looking to take on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects whilst at school, college or university and have an enthusiasm to participate in:
YPI projects – Youth Philanthropy Initiatives
The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) is a powerful active citizenship programme, empowering young people to make a difference in their communities whilst developing a range of skills.
DRiNKLiNK is committed to support YPI students to gain hands-on experience of philanthropy and a clear understanding of how to support grass route charities.
We are familiar with the YPI process and support YPI students in developing a business case on why DRiNKLiNK deserves YPI support as well as the chance to practice their pitch to our Board ahead of the YPI school showcase.
DRiNKLiNK regularly attends volunteer fairs and student open days.
Get in touch if you have an event coming up which you would like to attend.
Alternatively, you can follow us on social media or get in touch to find out about the latest vacancies we are looking to fill.
Projects and curriculum
We have a strong willingness to engage with educational establishments to build some public facing tools as part of the university, college or school curriculum, giving participants the opportunity to build their portfolio whilst learning a new skill.
We’ll be sharing our Five Year Road Map soon, where you’ll be able to see what’s on the horizon for our cause and get in touch to strike up a conversation on how you can get involved.