Volunteers – whether they are students on placements, members of our Board or support group facilitators – are an integral to what we do. As we know, volunteering can be good for your mental health and our volunteers also get to contribute to programs that support better mental health for all.
Current positions for volunteers are advertised as they become available.
Writers and Contributors to the Mind Reader online magazine
WayAhead produces a quarterly magazine for members and stakeholders in mental health across NSW. Volunteer writers and contributors are welcome to submit pitches and articles throughout the year to be considered for upcoming editions. Articles have been written by individuals and organisations working in the community sector, students and academics, consumers, and carers.
To find out more about upcoming edition themes and submission deadlines, contact the editor of Mind Reader at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for this or other volunteer positions – please use the online application form.
WayAhead values learning and believe we have a responsibility to support the learning of people who are interested in working in the Mental Health and Promotion field through placement opportunities. When our internal resources allow we will consider student placements that are more than 3 months in length and for students who are advanced in their training, for example, year 2 or 3 of a degree program.
Volunteering is another option for students wanting to gain experience.
You are very welcome to apply through our online form and we will aim to respond within one working week.
WayAhead is always accepting Expressions of Interest from potential volunteers. There may not be additional positions right now, but you are welcome to submit your EOI and we will keep it on file and contact you when suitable positions become available. To express your interest in volunteering with our organisation please fill in our volunteer and student placement application form.