UOWx activity - Learning Labs Volunteer

Learning Labs Volunteer

Activity overview

How is this program run?

This program is running face-to-face.

What will I do?

The Learning Labs volunteer role allows you to work with a group of motivated and passionate school students and their teacher/academic over a two day workshop.

How will I benefit?

By gaining the opportunity to work with high achieving school students, you will develop your pedagogy, team work and communication skills.  

How do I apply?

Apply online

Are there any special requirements for this role?

You will need a NSW Working with Children Check (WWCC) to volunteer with Learning Labs. If you don't already have one, you can apply for a WWCC for free. We welcome students studying any degree to come and volunteer with Learning Labs.

Minimum requirements for UOWx recognition

To receive UOWx recognition, you must complete the following:

  • An "engaged" student will need to complete 15 hours over a calendar year
  • A 'highly engaged' student will need to complete 30 hours over a calendar year  

Further information

Visit the In2Uni website.

Where? When? Time commitment Type Learning Streams
  • Eurobodalla Campus
  • Shoalhaven Campus
  • Wollongong
  • Summer
  • Winter
One-off, holiday workshops are run for 12 hours in Summer, 12 hours in Winter and volunteers are given 1 hour induction.
  • Volunteer
  • Collaboration and Communication
  • Community and Social Change
  • Leadership
  • Mentoring and Wellbeing