Get Involved

We encourage you to engage with a variety of student networks, volunteer and paid opportunities to enrich your experience.

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Opportunities available include one time only activities such as focus groups or photo shoots through to more regular commitments such as student representation on school or faculty boards.

Although most opportunities are unpaid however some may come with financial compensation for your time or a casual salary. Some of the opportunities available are eligible to be counted toward the new Adelaide Graduate Award.

Express your interest about these opportunities, by simply completing the form below, and we will be in touch when they become available.

Student clubs and networks

Getting involved with your student clubs and associations can help with careers development, industry networking, and strengthen social connections with fellow students in your disciplines.  Participate in activities offered by clubs that interest you to enrich your student experience and increase your employability skills along the way.  Here are some of the academically related clubs connected to the Faculty of the Professions:

Please note: some opportunities have regular recruitment whilst others happen less frequently and often at short notice. By completing the form below you are not obliged to take part, neither are you guaranteed that you will be given the opportunity to do so. We will, however, email you when opportunities matching your selection arise.
Are you currently involved in the Adelaide Graduate Award?
Volunteer Opportunities – Please select all the activities you are interested in

Share your unique student experience by participating in: a. Student focus groups These are small group sessions in which you can give your feedback on the student experience. Focus groups are usually between 1 and 2 hours covering topics like: your student experience, curriculum, your faculty’s future, and innovation. Give us your feedback, input and help to develop ideas. Snacks and refreshments provided. b. Internal/External representation at events Represent the University at review boards, panels and workshops. Provide your input and feedback about various topics at events both on and off campus.

Be an ambassador! Represent the Faculty of the Professions at events such as Welcome events, Recruitment Events, and Open Days.

Represent the student body on a University board or committee. This role requires an annual commitment. There is a selection process at the beginning of the year.

Volunteer your time to help the team with preparation for these visual media projects or spend time in front of or behind the camera.

Your experience and feedback is important. Volunteer to share with us about a range of topics which might include your opinion of a particular course, service or event.

Help new students make a successful transition to university. Support new students, sharing your own experiences in small and large group events. If you are recruited as a Peer Mentor you will also be assigned to be an Orientation Buddy. https://www.adelaide.edu.au/student/orientation-hosts/

Paid opportunities

Do you want to be notified when Student Information Assistant roles become available? Student Information Assistants work alongside staff in the Professions Support Hub. There is a selective recruitment process for this paid role as we look for people with great customer service skills, the ability to problem solve and experience and confidence working with technological platforms. If you are interested in being notified when applications are called for, please select this option. Applications are invited every 6 or 12 months. We recommend having an updated CV handy to send!