St Vincent de Paul Young Adult Conferences are groups that organise various programs, activity days, and social events. Groups (Conferences) are guided by Vincentian values, which inspire the many works they undertake.
Volunteers fill a range of roles, come along and find out where you can fit in. More experienced members can choose to be take on formal conference role or a lead a program. Current works include:
- Kids Days Out
- Soup Van
- Home Visits
- Hospital Visits
To volunteer on this Program, you will need to obtain:
- Working with Children Check
- Informed Consent (Police Check)
When and where
Regular meetings and works are held throughout Victoria.
Applications for this opportunity are processed directly with the organisation.
Before applying for this opportunity please ensure:
Remember If you are accessing this opportunity as a volunteer outside of a requirement of your course (i.e. not for a unit or practicum requirement), then you are NOT covered by ACU's insurance policies. If accessing this opportunity as a volunteer, we strongly recommend you confirm with the organisation that they have appropriate insurance for volunteers.
To apply, please complete, scan and return the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Informed Consent (Police Check) Form - Complete and have the 100 pts of Identification witnessed by a Justice of the Peace (Police Officer / Chemist / Solicitor). They are able to stamp and sign page 3 of the Check Form. We will process your police check for you – please note that we are unable to accept other recently acquired Police Checks.
- Obtain a Working with Children Check Card - Apply for a WWCC card online then attend a Post Office with your WWCC form to obtain a receipt – no need to send this to us, as we will get confirmation via post within about 3 weeks of your application being accepted. If you hold a current WWCC please link your card to the Society and email us a screenshot of the page.