Community Volunteering

Gain an understanding of the community sector and community development through a substantial volunteer experience.

Community Volunteering (MULT20012)

This subject provides an understanding of the community sector and community development through a substantial volunteer experience. The aims of this subject are to enable you to undertake and report on a community-based project, gain significant insight into workplace issues, and further develop your employability skills in communication, planning and organisation, self-management and problem solving.

Community Volunteering (second year) (MULT20012)

Community Volunteering (MULT30020)

This subject provides an understanding of the community sector and community development through a substantial volunteer experience. The aims of this subject are to enable you to undertake and report on a community-based project, gain significant insight into workplace issues, and further develop your employability skills in communication, planning and organisation, self-management and problem solving.

Community Volunteering (third year) (MULT30020)

Community Volunteering (MULT20014)

This subject provides an understanding of the community sector and community development through a substantial volunteer experience abroad. Students have the opportunity to undertake a placement of 80-100 hours with a not-for-profit organisation, offering an opportunity to contribute to a community through project work, research and/or engaging in the key activities of the organisation. The Faculty of Arts works in partnership with not-for-profit organisations, in particular, Australian Volunteers International (AVI), to place volunteers and assist students with risk assessment, volunteer orientation and monitoring and evaluation.

Community Volunteering - Global (second year) (MULT20014)

Community Volunteering (MULT30021)

This subject provides an understanding of the community sector and community development through a substantial volunteer experience abroad. Students have the opportunity to undertake a placement of 80-100 hours with a not-for-profit organisation, offering an opportunity to contribute to a community through project work, research and/or engaging in the key activities of the organisation. The Faculty of Arts works in partnership with not-for-profit organisations, in particular, Australian Volunteers International (AVI), to place volunteers and assist students with risk assessment, volunteer orientation and monitoring and evaluation.

Community Volunteering - Global (third year) (MULT30021)