Student@UNSW Volunteers

Student@UNSW Volunteers

The Student@UNSW Volunteers (formally known as Hubsters) are a group that support the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education's initiatives through a range of student engagement events and promotional activities. There is a wide variety of initiatives to get involved in as well as professional development opportunities as you will be part of the bigger community - Skill Development Program

If you’re new to volunteering then this is the ideal program for you to experience the personal satisfaction of what it’s like to be a volunteer, meet many new people and be actively involved in our activities. 

You will be the face of the Student@UNSW monthly newsletter, which is read by over 36,000 UNSW students here and overseas. Past editions can be found on the Student@UNSW newsletter page  

This opportunity is accredited by UNSW Advantage as eligible for recognition on your Australian Higher Graduation Statement (AHEGS).

Team members

This group is one of the 7 teams within the Skill Development Program led by the Program Support Team.

You are…

  • New to volunteering and want to give it a go
  • Have a passion and drive for volunteering and being part of a community.
  • Are an experienced volunteer or have a full timetable, you may not have a lot of time this semester but still want to be involved in the UNSW community.
  • Creative, open minded and can bring lots of new ideas to the Skill Development Program teams.

If this sounds like you…

  • Enjoy a range of volunteering opportunities on a casual basis throughout the semester: pop-up stalls, administrative tasks, accessibility ambassadors, and MORE!
  • Available to participate in (at least 2) training sessions and interested in professional development opportunities.
  • Happy to meet new people, represent the UNSW central communication Student @UNSW, provide logistical on the day support.
  • The NEXT biggest event will be O week Semester 1, 2018 (19 - 23 February 2018).

How to apply

Applications are open all year round, please apply here.

Please fill in the application form to be notified for future activities in Semester 2, 2017 and beyond. 

You will receive the AHEGS accreditation when you complete 20 hours.


For other teams please see the Skill Development Program.

 Require an Accessibility Ambassador at your event?

Help keep our campus inclusive!

Student@UNSW Volunteers

The Accessibility Ambassadors are trained with the knowledge of the accessible routes, providing alternative campus tours, and working with people with various needs. Have ambassadors at your next event will help keep our campus inclusive, and provide your attendees and visitors a welcoming experience! 

If you are new to the campus, and want to know about accessibility and quiet zones, you can make an appointment to have a personal guide to assist you explore the campus and find your way around campus!

For more information, please contact