At Dyslexia Scotland, we work in partnership with our volunteers to make Scotland more dyslexia friendly. Here’s how you can get involved.

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Current Volunteering Opportunities

Local Branch volunteer

Make a difference in your local community – join one of our 18 Branches across Scotland

User testers

Make your voice heard

Formal changemaker volunteer

From small changes to strategic influence, we can help support you in your workplace or community

Young Ambassador

Become an official ‘Dyslexia Scotland Young Ambassador’ and inspire others


Help others with dyslexia achieve their potential

Events volunteer

Help us with events on an occasional basis

Further opportunities

Other ways to get involved

Interested? Please get in touch with Volunteers Manager Sue. Together we can work out the best way for you to be involved that suits where you live, your experience, your personality and how much time you are happy to give.

Not able to commit to formal volunteering but still want to make a difference? Be a Dyslexia Scotland changemaker instead.

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Three young people sat in a row engaging one another and smiling. They are each wearing a tshier that says 'Dyslexia Unwrapped' and brightly coloured volunteer lanyards.
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