There are so many ways you can get involved with your university community and your wider community during your time studying with us. Volunteering looks great on your resume and is a great booster for your professional development.
Volunteering on campus
If you're in your second year or above, become a student mentor to help new students settle into university study. Your participation will be noted on your AHEG statement, and if you're involved with the University's iLead program, you will receive points towards this.
You'll be provided with between six and 15 new students to mentor.
As a mentor you'll help new students by:
- sharing your tips on being a successful student
- providing support and advice on new student matters
- referring new students to the right places if they have ongoing concerns about university.
You'll need to:
- make contact with new students via email each fortnight from Orientation until week six of semester
- attend information sessions to ensure you're up-to-date with new student matters
- have a coffee with new students on campus (coffee vouchers are provided)
- provide ongoing support if your students contact you after week six of semester.
Applications to become a mentor for Semester 1, 2014 has closed.
Get involved with U Crew – UoN Services' volunteering program and discover the fun programs and events you can volunteer for as U Crew member.
Volunteer as an advocate with the Family Action Centre's SNUG program – a retreat program for rural families caring for a child with a rare heath condition. You'll help families with daily activities, accompany them to medical visits and advocate for their needs throughout the program.