- Assisting to process Schoolies at the Registration Area
- Staffing the Chill Out Zone
- Selling tickets at the Registration Area
- On the night club doors
Keeping Schoolies safe and ensuring they enjoy their experience in the Whitsundays is a huge task that relies on the generosity of people in the community who donate their time. Schoolies injects a significant amount of money into the local economy, creating benefits for all residents of the Shire. However, the most important reason for supporting Schoolies is to ensure that the young people attending return home happy and healthy to family and friends after their week in the Whitsundays.
Volunteering at Schoolies is a great experience, offering the chance to meet new people and feel the satisfaction that comes from knowing you are impacting positively on young people's lives.
How Do I Volunteer?
If you are interested in volunteering at Schoolies in the Whitsundays, please contact Julie Wright - Whitsunday Regional Council for more information or to apply.
Ph: 07 4945 0259
Please note: to volunteer at Schoolies you must be over 18 and possess a current Blue Card for working with children. Assistance can be provided with applying for a Blue Card.
Blue Card information: http://www.ccypcg.qld.gov.au/bluecard/index.html