To complement our existing programs, we have a number of Volunteer programs that are designed to help students engage in the local community. Some programs have to be pre-booked, while others can be organised at the time of study.
English + Community Volunteering
Get involved with the local community! – At Langports students are encouraged to become part of their local community. The English + Community volunteering program will help students gain life experience, learn new skills and knowledge, develop new interests, expand their work portfolio and make a meaningful impact on society.
English + Child Care Volunteering
Experience working with Australian children! – The goal is this project is to experience working with Australian children and childcare professionals, and gain practical experience working with children aged from 6 weeks to 6 years old in an English speaking environment with professionnally trained staff.
English + Eco Volunteering
Help save the reef! – Learn how to scuba dive, gain an understanding of the environmental issues facing the marine eco-system and use your new skills to contribute to the preservation of coral reefs on the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.
Help conserve native wildlife! – By joining this program, you will have the opportunity to help repair some of the damage created by human development and natural disasters to Australia’s unique wildlife, and make a real contribution to the conservation of threatened species by protecting indigenous animals and plants.
Help conserve the environment! – The goal of this project is to contribute to conservation of the Australian environment in various regions in Australia. Projects are available in different states including Queensland, Northern Territory, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. A great way to travel!
English + Aboriginal Experience
Get involved with an aboriginal community! – The goal of this project is to assist Dhimurru Aboriginal Rangers with their annual marine debris surveys at Cape Arnhem Land. It involves activities and tasks such as walking stretches of local beaches help collect, catalogue and record data on debris which has washed ashore.