Seed School Volunteer Application
We’re looking for passionate young people to join our team as Seed Schools Volunteers! If you’re a young blackfulla aged 18 - 35 interested in getting involved and you’re connected with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait high schools students across Victoria, we’d love for you to apply!

This team will work together to empower over 200 Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students from approximately 20 high schools across Victoria to learn about and engage with climate justice. Seed Schools is a program designed by and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people that aims to empower, inspire and equip high school students with the skills to take action and mobilise others in their communities for climate justice.

LOCATION: Victoria
KEY RELATIONSHIPS: Internal staff and volunteers, high school students, high schools
TIME COMMITMENT: 4-6 hours per week ongoing
REPORTS TO: Seed Schools Project Manager
START DATE: As soon as possible

This is an identified role suitable for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identified applicants only. This position is for people aged 18 - 35 years of age.

Apply online by filling out the form below and email your resume to

Applications close 30th June 2017 at 5 pm.

If you would like to discuss the role further please email Seed Schools Project Manager, Corina Ritchie, on or call 0438 325 536.

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How do you identify? *
Describe your involvement with Seed to date: *
Previous involvement with Seed is not required and we invite applications from young blackfullas who are interested in getting involved!
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Please outline in 250 words or less, why you would like to apply for the Seed Schools role in your state/region, any relevant experience and personal skills that would make you a good candidate. *
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Are there any barriers that would prevent you from being able to commit 4-6 hours per week in this role? *
For example university or school, work, access to transport/travel or other restraints that we should be aware of.
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Why do you think it's important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to be supported to have the skills, networks and platforms to lead social change in their communities on the issue of climate change? *
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