Volunteer with us

Join UN Youth Australia and empower the youth of Australia.

Empowering youth

Our volunteers are passionate and driven to empower the youth of Australia.

Opportunities for all

Opportunities across education, operations, communications, and more.

Entirely youth-led

UN Youth Australia is run entirely by a team of over 700 volunteers all aged 17 – 25.

Become a Facilitator

UN Youth Australia’s Facilitators inspire the next generation of young Australians. Through running educational programs designed to empower young Australians, facilitators fill the gaps in the educational curriculum, teaching students about global issues through peer-to-peer learning.

We’re on the lookout for passionate and enthusiastic volunteers. Does this sound like you?

Our volunteers

Our volunteers are involved in every aspect of our organisation. They organise and run our events, facilitate (teach) students, manage our administration and finance, operate our marketing, and develop innovative programs. They’re entrepreneurial and care about creating a generation of young Australians who are engaged with the world around them.

All young people in Australia aged 17 to 25, who have finished high school, can volunteer with UN Youth. Our volunteers come from a wide variety of academic, cultural, personal, and professional backgrounds; and our opportunities are fantastic pathways to developing yourself, and contributing to the growth of others.

Opening young eyes to the world

UN Youth Australia is a national youth-led organisation that aims to educate and empower young Australians on global issues. We know that young leaders have the vision and passion to create meaningful change within their communities and throughout the world, and aim to equip them with the skills and inspiration to do so.

Our open opportunities

Victorian Strategy & Partnerships Director

The Director is our newest position, responsible for maintaining existing partnerships, cultivating new partnerships, and mapping out the organisation’s ongoing strategy and long-term goals.

Victorian Treasurer

You manage all the division’s finances. From ensuring all debt collection is performed in a timely manner, updating the division’s budgets and cash flow forecasts, you will be responsible for mana…

Victorian Communications Director

The Communications Director is the external voice of the organisation, responsible for promoting and maintaining our image to new and existing stakeholders. You live and breathe social media, and are …

Chief Education Officer

The Chief Education Officer is responsible for the coordination of UN Youth Australia’s educational content and advancing excellence in education throughout National and Divisional programming.

Chief International Operations Officer

The Chief International Operations Officer holds primary responsibility for developing and overseeing our International Major Programs and risk management strategies. While the pandemic limits interna…

National Secretary

The National Secretary is the Chief Administrative and Legal Officer of National, Company Secretary, and Secretary of the Board, NExec, and members’ meetings. An interest in ensuring a high standard…

About UN Youth Australia

We are a national youth-led organisation that aims to educate and empower young Australians on global issues. All of the work that we do is rooted in the belief that young people can and do make a difference in their communities. We foster ideas and innovation, and we give young people the inspiration and support they need to create change.

Programs & Activities

UN Youth runs a variety of programs and activities for high-schools students across Australia. You can view all these programs and activities on our website.

Support us

UN Youth Australia is run entirely by volunteers with no external funding. Help us run education programs for even more Australians by becoming a monthly giver.

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We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians of the land where we operate.