Do you regularly volunteer while studying? Get the recognition you deserve by applying for the Murdoch Guild Volunteering Hub program.
The program provides formal recognition of your volunteering efforts through the Community and Employability Pathway Transcript. It’s an additional document on your academic transcript that’s a great way to demonstrate your valuable contribution to future employers.
Murdoch’s eligible volunteering programs
Murdoch endorses a range of volunteer programs that can be eligible for inclusion on the Community and Employability Pathway Transcript.
The Murdoch Guild may have other programs so visit their website to learn more.
- Canine Interest Group
- Centre for Advanced Veterinary Education (CAVE) Ambassador
- Climate Action Special Interest Group
- Community Gardens
- School of Education in-school volunteer support program
- Equine Interest Group
- Executive Management of Murdoch Engineering Student Society (MESS)
- Executive Management of the Murdoch Criminology Society
- Executive Management of the Murdoch Student Law Society
- Feline Interest Group (FIG)
- Livestock Interest Group (LIG)
- Moot Court Bench Student Mooting Project
- Murdoch Active Leadership Program
- Murdoch Agricultural Science Student Association (MASSA)
- Murdoch Association for Companion Exotics (MACE)
- Murdoch Association of Veterinary Surgery, Internal Medicine, and Emergency (MAVSIME)
- Murdoch Business School Mentoring Program
- Murdoch Guild Peer Tutoring Program
- Murdoch University Environmental Science Association (MUEnSA)
- Murdoch University Wildlife Association (MUWA)
- Murdoch Veterinary Student Association (MVSA)
- Nexus Theatre Technician Trainee Program
- Veterinary Student Welfare Appreciation Group (SWAG)
- World Aquatic Veterinary Medicine Association – Murdoch Student Chapter (WAVMA)