EXTENDED DEADLINE – Applications close 5pm Wednesday 16 October
This is a project funded by FRRR ABC Heywire
Manna Gum is one of seventeen organisations around Australia selected to pilot an innovative idea developed by young leaders at the 2019 ABC Heywire Regional Youth Summit in Canberra in February. The projects are designed to tackle youth-identified issues facing young people in rural areas. We have grant funding to implement the ‘Our Place’ concept – creating a safe space for young people to meet in their local town. Over the next nine months this position is funded to work together with the manager and young people in Corner Inlet to pilot a weekly evening youth centre.
As a pilot project, Manna Gum will employ a youth worker over the first two school terms of 2020. The first part of the project will be to consult with local young people about their needs (5 weeks, commencing in November 2020) and then to run a weekly youth cafe/club for 20 weeks. This will be followed by 3 weeks to evaluate the project and seek further funding and ongoing partnerships with the aim of making the project sustainable into the future.
Download full Position Description here
Please forward applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or P.O. Box 176, Foster VIC 3960
Becoming a volunteer
Manna Gum Community House Committee of Management acknowledges the valuable contribution of its volunteers.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we rely on volunteer support to reach our full potential and provide the Corner Inlet community with the services it deserves.
The Volunteers Handbook is for those donating their precious time to volunteer at the Manna Gum Community House. It is an important resource you can refer to for information and advice.
The handbook outlines the services Manna Gum Community House offers and what you can do as a volunteer to help make these services sustainable and of benefit to the community. The handbook also outlines our facilities and the role of volunteers.