As part of NSVW20, two of our student volunteers received a Premier’s Certificate for their outstanding volunteer service to the University by Hon Michelle Lensink, MLC, Minister for Human Services. The Minister then surprised International Students during the volunteer run CommuniTea program.
The 2019 Volunteer Achievement Award nominees and winners were celebrated at a special barbecue lunch to recognise the exceptional contributions they make to the University community.
A special morning tea was held on Tuesday 5 November to recognise staff who support and coordinate volunteer programs for the University. Certificates were presented by the Vice-Chancellor & President Professor Peter Rathjen and Donatella Amos of Northern Volunteering to coordinators that completed Volunteer Management Training in 2019.
As part of NSVW19 we celebrated and thanked our student volunteers for their efforts with a special afternoon tea with the Lord Mayor Sandy Verschoor. Activities during the week included a pop-up stand in Hub Central to promote volunteering and provide opportunities for students to share with us what they gain from volunteering.
SA Minister for Human Services, The Hon Michelle Lensink MLC joined University volunteers for a special lunch where she presented the Premier's Certificate for Volunteering.
On Monday 20 May 2019, University volunteers together walked down King William Street as part of the 2019 National Volunteer Week Parade.
2018 Volunteer Achievement Award nominees and winners were celebrated at a special morning tea to recognise the exceptional contributions they make to the University community.