AVID | Australian Volunteers for International Development Volunteer Overseas Information Sessions | Tuesday 16 February | 1pm or 6pm

[Edited extract from public address]

Work directly with people in developing communities overseas. From Pacific Island nations to South East Asia and Africa.

  • Mentoring and skill sharing is the key, so a number of years' experience in your field is essential
  • People are needed in management, finance, agriculture, health, marketing, trades, education, information technology, human resources - the list goes on.
  • Settle in for 3-18 months and live like a local
  • Airfares, modest living allowances, insurance and accommodation covered, plus extensive briefing
The goal of AVID program is for Australian volunteers to make an effective contribution to development objectives of Australian Government and its partner governments through working with people and organisations in developing countries.

In 2013-14, a total of 2,006 volunteers were supported in 43 countries with the majority of the volunteers on assignment in the Asia Pacific region.

Where: 
1pm @ Talent 2, 360 Collins Street, CBD
6.30pm @ AVI, Kerr St, Fitzroy

RSVP: http://bit.ly/AVIDinfosessions or call 1800 331 292

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Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID)
www.dfat.gov.au/australianvolunteers or call 1800 331 292
An Australian Government initiative. This program has been developed by Australian Volunteers International, a delivery partner for the AVID program.