You can assist ADAVIC to help the community with their anxiety and depression experiences.
- benefits the community
- is done of your own free will
- is unpaid
As a volunteer, you are entitled to...
- a healthy and safe working environment
- know who you are accountable to
- know how your role fits with the organization
- adequate and appropriate orientation and training
- sufficient support and supervision in your role
- be informed of matters that affect your volunteer efforts
- be aware of the grievance procedures in the organization
- be able to say ‘No’
- reimbursed for out of pocket expenses
- not to be discriminated against because of your gender, age, sexuality, race, religious beliefs, health or disability status
ADAVIC relies on several volunteer roles to assist us in providing vital support to the community. We have a regular team of between 35 and 50 active volunteers at any one time.
As at March 2017 we have vacancies for:
How to apply
- Read the position description (above) to see if your skills and interests match the role
- Submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your interest to email@example.com
If you have any questions about these roles you can contact the ADAVIC office.
ADAVIC can provide a supportive learning environment for student placements and workplace learning.
ADAVIC does not currently offer any face-to-face counselling services for the community, and therefore we do not have suitable positions if this is required from a placement experience.
Our typical placement opportunities are the same as those offered for volunteer opportunities (see above), in particular:
Placement requirements differ across universities and tertiary institutes and across courses, including:
- Support Group Facilitator Volunteer
- Phone, Email, and Admin Support Volunteer
- the duration of the placement (number of hours required for completion)
- the type of placement experience needed (eg,
"counselling" vs. "support" opportunities; direct client contact (face-to-face) vs. phone contact; working independently with clients vs. observation only, etc)
- the type of field supervision required during the placement.
- reporting and assessment obligations
To determine whether your placement is suitable, it is best to contact the ADAVIC office.
ADAVIC is a NON-PROFIT
self-funded organisation. We welcome your contributions
donations, and memberships.
If you would like to sponsor ADAVIC
or help with fundraising, please
contact the ADAVIC office.