Clubs and Societies – Volunteering

Volunteering with Clubs and Societies

Many clubs and societies involve volunteers participating in activities related to many great causes. This can include social justice, grassroots activism, community outreach, leadership, and social enterprise. Getting involved with a club or society is a great way to meet people, make a difference and learn new skills. Please note that these programs have their own transcript recognition pathways and program coordinators.

 

Join these Clubs and Societies! Date Time Location
Marketing and Events Coordinator for CO-OP
CO-OP is currently looking for a Marketing and Events Coordinator to plan and
manage the outreach aspects of our Club! Here at CO-OP, we are dedicated
to the craft of making games. We are a club set up to promote the creation of homegrown
Video Games from Murdoch University students. Under close relation with the school of
arts, hold student workshops on making games and work on large game projects as well
as run game jam events. Since we do so much working, we don’t quite have time to focus on outreach.
Since CO-OP is set up explicitly to bring students closer to industry, we thought why not
give an actual marketing student some experience as well!
To apply, please email your CV and a short cover letter to us at coopgamedevclub@gmail.com
Applications close
Monday 9 July
Murdoch University Sustainability Team (MUST)
MUST helps co-ordinate the sustainability groups and represents their interests on Guild Counciland when lobbying the university.
Murdoch Environmental Restoration Group (MERG)
If you are really interested to learn about restoration, habitat,or just want to go out in nature
and get your hands dirty, this is definitely the club/volunteering experience for you!
Murdoch Community Garden Volunteering
Murdoch’s Community Garden is a space to grow, create and connect with people and plants! It’s a vibrant space for
Murdoch students and the wider community that provides pizza parties, workshops, TAFE and university-partnered
education and fresh produce for volunteers.
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Be an AIME mentor!
AIME—Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience—is a dynamic educational program that gives Indigenous students
the skills, opportunities, belief and confidence to grow and succeed. AIME is proven to support Indigenous students
to progress through and enter into high school, university, employment or further education at the same rate as
all Australian students.
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Learning Commoners
We are looking for people to help out around the library and make the learning common more awesome for all students.
Help us restock tea, take on a leadership role within the club, and improve the library with your own ideas!
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Murdoch TLG Club (Teach, Learn, Grow)
Teach, Learn, Grow are looking for students to join the committee who are passionate about bridging the education
gap between rural and metropolitan schools.
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For the complete list of approved volunteer involving programs within Murdoch University, please click here