Want to find out what Schools and Services are doing to deliver sustainability at the University of Leeds?

If the answer is ‘yes’ then this could be the opportunity for you!  We are currently recruiting 30 student volunteers to audit our Blueprint programme at the University.

What is Blueprint?

The Blueprint Programme helps Schools and Services across the University to create bespoke action plans to address the issues that matter most to them, while supporting the University’s strategic sustainability goals. These ‘Blueprints’ consist of a vision and actions that are to be delivered over a five year period, embedding sustainability throughout the School or Service.

More information about the programme can be found on our main Blueprint page here.

What will I be doing?

Starting at 9.30 on Friday 3rd April, you will be provided with half a day’s training on how to conduct a Blueprint audit. Once this is completed, you will be assigned a Blueprint team to audit. Each audit should take between one and two hours to complete depending on the size of the team and will be completed during the afternoon of the same day.

What skills do I need?

No technical knowledge is needed! Full training, refreshments and lunch will be provided on the day.

What will I get?

  • A unique insight into how sustainability is delivered at the University
  • Gain skills and knowledge associated with environmental auditing
  • Improve your CV and gain valuable employability skills and sustainability literacy
  • Have a fun day learning practical skills as well as meeting like-minded people


You must be available for the full day (9:30am-5pm) on Friday 3rd April.

How do I apply?

For further questions or to apply please send your CV to: sustainability@leeds.ac.uk   The deadline applications is Friday 13th March.