Volunteering

Do you want to make a difference whilst having fun and experiencing new things?

We have just the thing for you! Join the TeamMONASH Support Crew Volunteering Program!

The TeamMONASH Support Crew is a group of volunteers who help make our events run smoothly. We provide you with the opportunity to be hands-on which is a great way of getting involved, developing skills, making new friends, and having fun.

Benefits of being a Support Crew Volunteer: 

Each volunteer receives:
 
  • an official Team Monash Support Crew t-shirt
  • a certificate of appreciation recognising the skills you have developed
  • access to specific training sessions and online resources to assist you in developing your skills

Volunteering opportunities:

Volunteers can choose from a range of on campus and off campus events and activities. From charity fun runs to fundraisers to awards celebrations and promotional events, there are weekday, weekend and evening events, so something to suit everyone!

These include but are not limited to:

  • Run Melbourne
  • Melbourne Marathon
  • Wings for Life World Run
  • Monash Fun Run/Walk
  • Plus many more as they come up throughout the year!

Volunteering roles:

There are also a varied amount of roles and positions:
  • Administration
  • Cloakroom
  • Marquee assistant
  • Food handling
  • Cheersquad
  • Promotions
  • Marshall / Directions
  • And more!

If you would like to find out more about becoming a Support Crew Volunteer please register your interest below. We cannot wait to meet you! 



If you have any questions please contact teammonash-enquiries@monash.edu

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