About ASRC Volunteering
Welcome to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) volunteer website.
Since the ASRC was founded in 2001, volunteering has been at the heart of its operations, with people of a mix of ages, cultures and qualifications contributing a wide variety of essential skills and knowledge to the organisation.
Volunteers make up the vast majority of the ASRC’s workforce and the centre values the substantial contribution that these individuals play in the provision of aid, justice and empowerment to asylum seekers. Volunteers at the ASRC operate in a culture in which both paid staff and volunteers work collectively to improve the quality of life of asylum seekers in Australia.
With over 25 different programs operating at the ASRC there are many ways that volunteers can get involved and make a real difference to the lives of asylum seekers in Australia.
Your interest in becoming a volunteer at the ASRC is greatly appreciated. You can find out more about the process of applying to become a volunteer, information on our programs, and a FAQ section by following the links.
Please note that we are based in Melbourne so all volunteer opportunities and information nights are in Melbourne.