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The Bretton Woods Project periodically recruits volunteers, who play a vital role in the running of the organisation by assisting with administrative and other support tasks. Volunteers also have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by carrying out background research and helping with other aspects of our work, where appropriate. We can reimburse travel and lunch expenses of up to £10 per day. In general, we ask volunteers to commit to at least one day a week for three months or more.

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Published: Tuesday 11th May 2010, last edited: Monday 13th September 2010

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