The University Volunteer Program, coordinated by External Relations in conjunction with Volunteer Coordinators, is committed to stopping the spread of COVID-19 and ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of the University's volunteers and the wider community. We are closely monitoring the coronavirus situation, and our response is being shaped by the latest advice from Australian health and foreign affairs authorities.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, gain experience and strengthen your resume.
There are many opportunities for students to volunteer across our Waite, Roseworthy and North Terrace campuses. You can choose to volunteer at events, mentor fellow students, work with children and even help the wider community through our partnerships.
Volunteering opportunities that are actively recruiting are available on the positions available page. Below is a comprehensive list of volunteering opportunities for current students.
Volunteering groups for students
Would you like to support fellow students?
There are lots of opportunities to do so, such as peer mentoring, intercultural program volunteer, and student health and wellbeing volunteer just to name a few.
Would you like to represent the University at events and activities?
Volunteer as a Faculty Ambassador for your faculty.
Would you like to work with children?
Lots of volunteering opportunities are available through the Children's University, Why Waite Program and other outreach programs.
Love organising and getting involved in logistics?
The University runs many events that require volunteers, such as Open Day, O'Week and other campus and community events.
Interested in learning about different cultures?
Volunteer with the Confucius Institute, English Language Centre and International Student Support.
Are you a sports fan?
With over 35 sporting clubs, AU Sports has many volunteering opportunities through events, clubs and national competitions.
Do you love nature and working in the outdoors?
You can volunteer to work in the fields, garden at the Waite campus or help researchers from the Faculty of Science.
Do you want to make a difference in the community?
Well why not join the Community Volunteering Program. These volunteering opportunities are great for students who are pressed for time and want to volunteer at one-off events.
Didn't find what you were looking for?
The University's volunteer program is very diverse and not all volunteer roles will fit within the categories listed above. Explore other groups with which you can volunteer.
Volunteer through the Adelaide University Union.
Check out a wide range of exciting opportunities both on and off campus with the AUU, other campus groups and not-for-profit organisations in the wider community.