We value the work volunteers do for our local community.
Council aspires to make the volunteer experience an enjoyable and rewarding one and encourage personal and professional growth. We provide a supportive and safe working environment for our volunteers and understand the value of their commitment to our city.
Why become a volunteer?
Becoming a volunteer is a great way to:
- Get actively involved in your community
- Help someone else
- Build confidence
- Meet new people
- Feel needed by the community
- Learn new skills
- Gain valuable job experience
- Make a difference.
Where can I get involved?
We currently accept volunteers in the following areas of Council operations:
Campbelltown Arts Centre
Campbelltown Arts Centre volunteers perform arts administration tasks and provide assistance with education groups, projects and events.
Volunteers are accepted during 1-2 intakes each year, pending applicants' interests and skill alignment with our current projects and program needs.
Individuals with a passion or experience in the creative arts are encouraged to get in touch.
Call 02 4645 4100 for more information.
Our Environmental Planning section coordinates the Bushcare volunteer program. Bushcare involves bush regeneration activities in Council’s bushland reserves.
For more information visit our Bushcare page or call 0447 234 373
Our Library Services Teams currently utilise volunteers in English Conversation sessions and various other programs, facilitating and providing assistance to participants.
If you are skilled in facilitating, communicating and up to speed with new creative technology, please do submit your application and one of our Library Team will be in touch.
For more information visit one of our libraries or call 02 4645 4553.
How to become a volunteer
If you are interested in volunteering with Council, please contact the relevant section listed above and complete an Application for Volunteer Work form(PDF, 141KB).