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Getting To Know: Josh Raymer

As Australia celebrates National Volunteer Week, we are profiling the amazing work of The Huddle volunteers.

Josh Raymer, Huddle Volunteer

What do you do when you are not at The Huddle?
I study at Victoria University in Footscray, spend time with my girlfriend and friends, work at Favor & Grace café in Laverton, play basketball and cricket, listen to and produce music.

Why did you choose to volunteer at The Huddle?
I was interested in the program when looking for potential university placements and made contact with The Huddle to see how I could get involved in its programs. I really wanted to work with young people, learning and helping the best way I can. The Huddle is a perfect fit for me!

What’s your favourite thing about The Huddle?  
I love the upbeat nature and vibe of The Huddle, it has such a positive impact on all involved. Everyone who I have met and worked with so far have always demonstrated a positive attitude with the common goal of wanting to help young people to succeed and belong.

If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be?
I would spend the day doing a little bit of everything I love! I can’t put it down to one thing, would love to do all the things mentioned above except for maybe the work and the study part!