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Volunteer as an adviser

All sorts of people volunteer as CAB advisers. Here are some of the things they have in common:

Volunteer adviser

Volunteer and make a difference. Give advice in your local CAB

Older volunteers - make a difference, feel the difference

Leaflet on how older volunteers can make a difference by volunteering with a citizens advice bureau. 

Students - make a difference, feel the difference

Leaflet on how students can get involved with volunteering at a citizens advice bureau.

Volunteering - make a difference, feel the difference

Leaflet about how you can make a difference by volunteering with a citizens advice bureau

Volunteer in a Citizens Advice Bureau

Become a volunteer adviser or administrator, or get involved in social policy, fundraising, IT, communications and social media, and more. 

Frequently asked questions about the Scottish CAB Service

This section of the website aims to answer common questions about the CAB Service in Scotland - not common enquiries brought to citizens advice bureaux. 

CAS doesn’t provide advice and information to people in need of assistance you can get advice online or contact your local CAB

Subscribe to our Information System - AdviserNet

AdviserNet is a comprehensive generalist advice resource that fully takes into account the many differences between law and practice across the different parts of the UK. Jointly created by Citizens Advice (England and Wales) and Citizens Advice Scotland, this comprehensive and up-to-date information system - used by every CAB adviser in the UK - is also available to other organisations via a subscription service.

Helping the whole community

Citizens Advice Bureaux are a lifeline for many in their local community - but it's not just the people that get advice that gain from their work.

Citizens Advice Bureaux

Citizens Advice Bureaux are local, independent charities that provide free and confidential advice and information whoever you are and whatever your problem.

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