Join us on Wednesday at 4.30pm to hear from two junior doctors (volunteers for Streetdoctors). Join us to hear about how they became doctors and challenged themselves to join a profession that is hard to access, especially as you must be prepared for ten or more years of study and workplace training.

We will be joined by Emanuel and Katie who will join us to explode myths and tell us there story about how they overcame the odds to join a profession they both loved.

Summer University - Sign Up 2021

We are focused on engaging YP aged between 15 years - 18 years ONLY.
  • Please tell us the one main reason why you want to sign up.
  • We wish to understand any support needs so we can consider what activities we at Voyage can offer you from September 2021.

Voyage is planning its work and life after lockdown and we are now putting the final touches to our first ever socially distant Summer Scheme we are calling a Summer University Scheme. We aim to host the summer University on Wednesday the 12th August and runs daily until Saturday 15th Aug 2020. Summer University sessions will run from 10am and finish at 4pm.

Our summer scheme will include motivational talk, careers advice, workshops tasters on

* Entrepreneurial challenges with prizes
* Trips to the seaside or Paint balling and laser tag
* Creative immersion day

Be sure to sign up as we will have limited place this year.

We look forward to seeing you here.

Operation Smiles sign up form

Minimum details required
  • Please let us know your first, last name and your age
  • One choice only please.
  • Tell us what role you wish play as part of Operation Smiles
Voyage is proud to announce its new project developed in association with Arena Flowers called Operation Smiles. .

Operation Smiles is an up cycling volunteering project designed to redistribute unsold flowers to individuals in need in Hackney, Haringey and Tower hamlets. The project has been developed to get young people out and active to help them get some valuable work experience to support their educational pathways as well as ease the boredom and frustration many have experienced as a result of the lockdown.

The project is lead by a volunteer team of our young leaders who will be trained in outreach, safeguarding, area mapping conservation, bouquet preparation and customer care and be on hand to deliver FREE bouquets of flowers to local people in need every Saturday for 6 weeks. The project is now in its planning stages and we aim to start delivering flowers direct to homes from Saturday 11th July and schedule deliveries between 10am-4pm.

Our aim is to bring smiles to the community and to aid the recovery of struggling individuals massively impacted by the pandemic. We aim to deliver to the elderly, parent carers and those suffering from the traumatic effects of violence, people with special needs and those trapped care homes and hostels.

We simply aim to give out free flowers to local people in exchange for a smile using a door to door delivery service.

This is the first of our programmes established with new found partners and we aim to build more project like this to demonstrate how we can work effectively combining valuable skills development with community service.

Email us for more information.