The Science Peer Mentoring Program has been helping thousands of first-year students discover and settle into life at Monash Science since 2012. The program is now offering volunteer Event Manager roles for 2020!
The Monash Nova Rover Team is a collection of students who aim to build fully functional Mars rovers to compete in global university competitions.
We are currently looking for new members and are particularly interested in filling roles in our Science Team at this time. The Science Team is tasked with designing, manufacturing, and testing an in-situ life detection device for the rover.
Would you like to represent the Science Faculty during Open Day 2019? Here’s your chance!
Your role as volunteer would be to meet and greet, hand out the science Open Day bags and speak with students and parents about your experience as a science student and what you really like about studying Science at Monash.
When: Sunday 4 August 2019
Where: Science Precinct, Clayton campus
Time: 9.00am – 4.00pm (must be available for entire day)
Who: Open to all UG Monash Science students
Working With Children check is compulsory.
You will receive a Coles Myer voucher for your time.
Please register your interest here. Registrations will close 5.00pm Thursday 25 July.
Non-residential colleges give students living off-campus with the sense of community and subsequent benefits provided to student’s living on-campus. A critical part of how non-residential colleges to provide this community is through college advisors.
You can become a non-residential college advisor and fulfil this role! The voluntary, one year role assigns you 15 college members to mentor helping to encourage members to take part in college life, outside of academics.
College mentors are given training in Mental Health First Aid and SafeTalk, get the opportunity to work closely with like-minded people supporting student’s needs as well as the chance to network with senior academic staff.
Mentors will be involved in college community through assisting and attending events, contact with members and participate in the relevant training and development opportunities afforded to them.
Interested students performing well academically who can commit to the full 12 months of the program, and have completed 24 points of credit from your Monash degree are encouraged to apply.
For more information and to apply, follow this link.
If you are passionate about science and aspire to make a difference in the world, then the Science Future Leaders Program is for you.
Robogals is a global non-for-profit organisation that aims to encourage an interest in STEM fields in young students, with a particular focus on girls at primary/secondary school level.
Our training sessions are back on and we’re looking for new volunteers to work with us at our workshops! These free STEM workshops introduce
young students to simple programming and problem solving, primarily using our LEGO EV3 robots.
Written by Aidan Matthews and Tracey Byron
Science discovery, Industry engagement, and Leadership Development. Monash University’s Science Future Leader’s Program offers all that and so much more.
The Science Future Leaders Program is a leadership and skills based training program that allows 2nd year Science students to develop fresh new skills.
A constantly growing initiative, each year the program welcomes a new cohort of 2nd Year Science Students who will spend the year learning, working and growing together. Moreover, the program allows for 2nd Year Science students from the various disciplines of science to form friendships, share knowledge about their fields, and develop professional teamwork skills.