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When you volunteer at The Huddle, you contribute to the community and impact the lives of young people by helping them ‘Learn, Grow, and Belong’.

Whether your skills are in helping a young person with their homework, going over a resume or interview practice, or helping out with a sports and rec. program, you’ll get the opportunity to impact and form relationships with the young people in our community. 

In turn we hope that our volunteers grow both professionally as well as personally. 

Our award-winning programs operate across North Melbourne, Kensington, Flemington and Ascot Vale and now growing across Werribee, Point Cook, and Hoppers Crossing.    

We offer a range of programs, that welcome hardworking, passionate volunteers to assist in their delivery. These include school study support, leadership development, career planning, a large variety of sport and recreation programs and exciting school holiday activities.

Volunteer opportunites

We are currently seeking volunteers to assist with our study support and sport and recreation programs in Wyndham. 

Study Support is an award-winning homework program which provides free one-on-one and group tutoring to secondary and tertiary students. Running Monday to Wednesday afternoons in various locations across Wyndham, study support volunteers provide tutoring and homework support and help to create an engaging and inclusive learning space. Click here for more.

Active Boys and Active Girls is a free multi-sport program that provides young people the opportunity to participate in social sports on a ‘drop-in’ basis. Running Monday to Friday afternoons in various locations across Wyndham, sport and recreation volunteers help deliver sporting activities and play a key role in improving health and wellbeing amongst young people. Click here for more.

If you are interested in applying for either of these volunteer positions, download the application form and email it to huddlevolunteers@nmfc.com.au.

Alternatively, request a call back below for more information.

Application process

Volunteer intake occurs throughout the year and will be advertised on our website. Prospective volunteers will need to meet the requirements outlined in the specific role descriptions and have a current Working with Children’s Check or Victorian Institute of Teaching card. 

Applicants will require face-to-face interviews and reference checks. Induction and training are provided to ensure that you are ready to carry out your important role with us.

We welcome people of all ages, backgrounds (and AFL affiliations!) who fit the criteria and are passionate about engaging and empowering young people.

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