Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Community Volunteering Team.
- What is the Community Volunteering Team?
The University of Adelaide is part of a vibrant local community, which includes many not-for-profit organisations doing their part to improve the lives of others.
The Community Volunteering Team is an initiative which aims to give back to the charities and not-for-profit organisations that support our community. The initiative provides members of the University community (staff, students and alumni) with opportunities to volunteer time on behalf of the University to worthwhile community activities and projects coordinated by External Relations.
- What volunteering opportunities are available?
- How do I join a team?
You can join the Community Volunteering Team by registering for one of the current opportunities on offer, by registering your interest to participate in a future opportunity, or you can create your own team to participate in a community activity of interest.
Or for more information contact the Community Relations Officer Tania Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 8313 4467.
- Can I create my own team to participate in a community volunteering activity?
- What community activity can I do?
- How can I arrange for volunteers from the Community Volunteering Team for my community activity?
- How can I find out more?
Please contact Community Relations Officer Tania Johnson at email@example.com or phone 8313 4467 if you have any further questions.