Many programs we run for students at Chancellor could not exist without community volunteers. Literacy, numeracy, technology and art programs are among a few that depend on volunteers. The College also runs a mentoring program for students with specific interests.
Other volunteers work in the primary campus with student banking, library, tuckshop, reading, excursions, Support-a-Writer and classroom reading.
"Volunteers have always made a generous contribution to the wellbeing and prosperity of Queensland. Across society, volunteers connect people and provide critical services. Everyone benefits when people volunteer – those who are helped and the volunteers themselves who gain satisfaction, enjoyment and a sense of belonging." Warren Pitt, Former MP (Minister for Communities, Disability Services, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Seniors and Youth).
View a Q Government publication on Valuing Volunteers.
Please contact the school if you are interested in volunteering in any capacity.