This National Student Volunteer Week (#NSVW) we’re helping member organisations attract the next generation of volunteers.

Engaging student volunteers, diversifying team skillset and succession planning are all challenges that many volunteer-involving organisations face. To help overcome some of these common hurdles, we’re offering a helping hand.

To coincide with National Student Volunteer Week (7 – 13 August), we invite all member organisations to advertise their student volunteer roles and vacancies.

How does it work?

Simply fill out the Volunteer Role Description Form on our website. In this instance, we recommend aligning the role with a specific discipline or area of study. For example, if you’re looking for a social media volunteer, you could request a marketing and communications student.

Once received, we will get to work by promoting your role on our website, GoVolunteer, SEEKVolunteer, and when relevant, via the Sydney Morning Herald Helpdesk column.

You will also enjoy additional visibility with an organisation mention in a dedicated eDM to our database and social media channels during National Student Volunteer Week.

To be eligible for this #NSVW promotion, kindly submit your student volunteer roles before Tuesday 2 August.

Not a member?

There has never been a better time to join your State Peak Body. Our members enjoy a host of fantastic benefits, from free networking events, special discounts to exclusive access to a range of tools and resources. To find out more about the different membership packages and how to sign up, please visit our website.

About National Student Volunteer Week

National Student Volunteer Week (#NSVW) is dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating student volunteers. This year’s theme – Give. Grow. Belong – speaks to a generation who are more socially conscious than ever before.

To learn more about how to get involved, from accessing free resources to promoting volunteering events, visit our website.

National Student Volunteer Week 2023 logo, featuring this year's theme: Give. Grow. Belong.