Volunteer at BARC
BARC has a great team of volunteers working on updates to the website and on exciting new online projects. There are currently no volunteer vacancies.
Some information about BARC and volunteering:
What is BARC?
BARC stands for Brisbane Actionweb for Refugee Collaboration. It is a community web site regularly updated by a team of volunteers. It brings people together by sharing information to help refugees in Brisbane.
What would I need to do?
As a volunteer, you would be part of an active team receiving information from individuals and community groups and updating the information to the web site. This can be done from home if you have your own computer.
What level of computer skills do I need?
There is no need to have advanced computer skills. If you send emails, you can be a BARC volunteer. There are also plenty of ways to be involved in updating and improving BARC, so if you have more advanced computer skills, you can also be involved.
What can BARC do for me?
Volunteering can lead to some great outcomes. Being part of the BARC volunteer team is a great way to contribute to the community, be involved and gain some extra skills along the way. If you have an interest in the welfare of refugees and making a difference, then you will be one of the first to find out about what’s happening.
How do I volunteer?
Its’ simple. Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch soon.
For other ways to volunteer and help refugees, click here.
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