To register your interest to be a Pulse Volunteer in 2023, click HERE.
Get your daily dose of good karma by volunteering with Pulse – you can meet new people, support local charities and fellow students on campus… and it might even look good on your resume too*. It’s a win/win.
With so many shifts available, we’re sure to have something to suit your interests or passions. Check them out below, there is something for everyone!
You’re feeling warm and fuzzy already, aren’t you?!
*Pulse Volunteering is recognised by the UOWX program so you can get formal recognition on your university transcript upon graduating. Nice one, huh?!
Why not connect with the wider community and step up when there are students in need of a helping hand and volunteer externally? We often partner with community organisations to provide volunteer opportunities when they need the extra help. This may be through community events, or through the Community Volunteering Project. This Project is open to all students and runs in Spring Session. Teams of students partner with a local community organisation and complete 32 hours of volunteering over 10 weeks.
The Wellness by Pulse program offers students avenues to meet new friends, reduce stress and promote positive wellbeing whilst they complete their academic studies. Volunteers can assist in running workshops, Bend & Snack, Wellness Wednesdays, Stress Less Week, R U OK? Day and more.
Help keep students fit and active by getting them outdoors and moving. You can sign up to shifts that involve fun sport and recreational activities such as surfing, hikes and walks.
Love gigs and events? Volunteers play a huge part in the running of all our Pulse Events! They assist with Campus Fest, Live Art Week, and all our Student Parties. They also run our weekly events such as Trivia and Lunch on the Lawn to help students meet new friends and socialise on campus!
Pulse has always strived to spread the word about sustainable living. You can join us in environmental initiatives such as workshops, beach clean-ups, tree planting days and helping out at the Pulse Community Garden.