Volunteering

Belong? Contribute? Understand?

You can make your student placement into a true and unique experience .

While you are on placement in Geraldton, why not consider learning more about the rural life by giving back to the community! WACRH is coordinating a student volunteering program to give you the opportunity to participate as a one off or as a regular weekly commitment.

Opportunities include working with local support agencies, youth activities and children with disabilities.


Why would you do it?
  • Network with other Health Science students on placement in Geraldton
  • Interact with members of the local community
  • Gain a better understanding of what it means to live in a rural community
  • Gain meaningful life experiences
  • Make a difference
Where?

WACRH has established strong partnerships and links with multiple commununity organisations throughout Geraldton, call Kathryn to discuss.

When?

Please contact Kathryn early in your placement.

Contact:

Clinical Education Manager Kathryn Fitzgerald

Ph: 08 99560224
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