Join the QTPoC team!

Want to join the Minus18 QTPoC crew? Become a volunteer and help support LGBTIQ youth & the community through diversity and inclusion! 

What is a volunteer role? 

Volunteers are at the heart of our organisation, helping to deliver our events and create safe spaces for LGBTIQ youth. This rewarding experience is a great way to meet other like-minded community members, develop life-long skills and participate in unforgettable moments for thousands of queer attendees.

If you are between the ages of 16 - 25, with a passion for supporting LGBTIQ youth and inclusion - then this role is right for you!

Work Type/s: Volunteer
Classification/s: Advocacy & Events
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP) 
Location: Melbourne
Position posted on: 11 February, 2019.
Applications close: 20 February, 2019. 

  • Status Casual
  • Days, 1 day between Monday - Friday
  • Length 1 year
  • Location Minus18 - Collingwood Office in Melbourne
  • Reports to Volunteer Coordinator 

Roles include: 

  • Lead the QTPoC space at all events 
  • Sourcing resources suitable for youth
  • Educate young people and the community about what it means to be QTPoC
  • Advocate for diversity and inclusion
  • Creating policies and procedures along side our Staff 

What we are looking for: 

  • A passion for supporting LGBTIQA+ youth 
  • A passion for diversity and inclusion 
  • Flexible availability, come into the Minus18 office 1-2 days a fortnight
  • Between 16 - 25 year of age 
  • Desire to engage with the queer community
  • Understanding or lived experience of the QTPoC community

APPLY NOW! 

If you have any questions or having any trouble please email our Volunteer Coordinator This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Note: A working with children's check is required upon success. 

We work with a diverse range of young people and audiences at Minus18. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and other people of colour, people who are neurodivergent or living with a disability and people from all parts of the LGBTIQ community.  

Last modified on Tuesday, 19 February 2019 09:41