Be a part of our College Community 

There are many ways parents, family members and carers can become involved at St Joseph's College, from our wonderful Canteen Volunteers who help with serving and preparing lunches, to our parents who lend us a hand at College events, perhaps cook a spare meal for our Care Group or inspire future generations by helping our Careers Centre. The Men's Association is a great way for dads or male carers to get involved with working bees - followed by a BBQ!

Volunteering is also a great way to make some new connections with fellow parents and have some fun! If you think you could share some of your time or experience with us - we would love to hear from you. 

How you can  help us in 2021

Click on the link below to read detailed descriptions of the many volunteer options available in 2021. 

Parent Participation Descriptions Parent Participation Descriptions (104 KB)

Options include:

  • Being a member of our fantastic Parents & Friends, or even just helping them out at some events
  • Cooking up a meal from time to time to help our Care Group provide meals to needy families
  • Joining the 'weekend warriors' for working bees with our Mens Association
  • Helping with history in our Heritage Centre
  • Help serve over 1000 of our hungry boys in the Edmund Rice Campus Canteen
  • Lend a hand on immunisation days
  • Be a "roadie" for our College music department and bands
  • Lend support in the Library - there is always a lot happening in there!
  • Be inspirational in our Careers Centre, host some work experience or share your own experiences in Careers week
  • Register your interest for 2021

    We welcome new and returning volunteers to register their interest. 

    We understand that sometimes circumstances change and you are welcome at any time to let us know if you cannot make it to a volunteer opportunity.  

    If you have any problems filling out the form above, please email your preferences to:

    [email protected]

    Working with Children Check

    As of 2020, all volunteers who are working at the College at any time, must have a current Working With Children Check. This is for the wellbeing of all of our students. If you have an existing WWCC card for your work this can also be used to volunteer, if you do not have a current WWCC then you can apply for one for free:

    Watch the video below on how to apply for your Working With Children Check card. Cards will be required to be carried at all times when volunteering at the College.