VOLUNTEERING AT CNLC
Join CNLC as a volunteer and support our mission and purpose. We welcome both skilled and unskilled volunteers. Gain new skills, contribute to your community, or gain experience. Contact us to find a role that suits your abilities.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO VOLUNTEER WITH CNLC?
Want to volunteer with CNLC? Fill in the form below or email us with a completed Volunteer Expression of Interest form to get started. If there’s a match, we’ll send you an application and set up an interview. If not, we’ll place you on a waiting list or refer you to other organisations.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT CNLC
Volunteer at CNLC with a variety of roles. Commitment ranges from ½ day to 2+ days a week. Opportunities include: Committee of Governance (see below) marketing/promotion, fundraising, gardening/compost, chickens, office work, event planning, community development, and English tutoring.
COMMITTEE OF GOVERNANCE
Our Committee of Governance is looking for community members with skills in management, finance, law, human resources, education, community development, and buildings and grounds to join. Meetings are held monthly on Tuesday nights. This is a great opportunity to contribute to the community, gain meeting skills, and meet like-minded individuals. For more information on how to get involved click here.
VOLUNTEER TUTOR PROGRAM
Become an English tutor at CNLC and help adults improve their speaking, listening, reading, writing, and digital literacy skills for work, study, and everyday life. Tutor for up to 2 hours a week at CNLC, the library, or online.
Volunteer as a classroom assistant for language and literacy teachers at CNLC for up to 2 hours a week. Assist with individuals, small groups, or administrative tasks. Register your interest using the volunteer form below or this volunteer form. Training and induction will be provided based on your skills and experience.
RESOURCES FOR VOLUNTEER TUTORS
The Resource Hub is an invaluable tool for volunteer reading and writing tutors at CNLC and other community organisations to use with their learners.
WHAT OUR VOLUNTEERS HAVE TO SAY
“I love working at CNLC. I come every week to work in the garden in the morning, and to help in the kitchen in the afternoon. All the people here are very nice, and I just love working here.”
Nick Sorenson: Volunteer Head Gardener and Kitchen Support since 2005
“I started here as a student in 2014, and started volunteering in the kitchen a few years later. I love to volunteer and talk to people, everyone here is very happy. I feel more confident and since working here my life has changed!”
Angkana Turner: Volunteer Office and Kitchen Support