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WANTED: Volunteer storytellers 
(Storytelling Night series)

Do you want to help graduate students share their stories and promote them? You will be volunteering to assist with the "Storytelling Night" programs to build a community of graduate students through the power of shared stories and experiences.


The time commitment will be flexible and a minimum of 10 hours until December this year. It will involve some training, involvement in designing a storytelling series and facilitation.

We are searching for 10 candidates from a variety of faculties and will accepting ongoing expressions of interest on a rolling basis.

Position Description: Volunteer storyteller Apply now

About the Employer

The University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association (GSA) is an independent, student-led, not-for-profit organisation which provides a variety of services to the University's 30,000 currently enrolled postgraduate students. GSA provides education-related programs and services which position our cohort for success during and after the completion of their advanced studies. Importantly, graduate students at Melbourne are very diverse and include 7,500 international students, a significant number of mature age students and are spread across the 10 University of Melbourne Faculties.

A University of Melbourne postgraduate research or coursework qualification is an incredible asset and GSA is committed to supporting these students as they encounter challenges unique to postgraduate university study at Australia's #1 ranked university.

GSA is an amazing place to work and our team is committed to continuing to improve everything we do. Led by a Council of inspired graduate student leaders and supported by a talented management team, we believe that joining the GSA team is an amazing opportunity.