Volunteer for MSA’s Camps & Events
MSA Camps and Events is a leadership and orientation program that was established in 1974. The program runs during non-semester periods and includes events like scavenger hunts, moonlight cinemas and orientation camps. We are looking for leaders who wish to help new students socialise and find their feet, while also developing new skills and building social networks of their own.
Sign up as an MSA Volunteer and tick "MSA Camps & Events"
Complete MSA Camp & Events (Host) Application
Volunteers can continue in the role of Host for up to four seasons. After this time, the aim would be that volunteers progress to the Mega Host, C&E Intern or Sub-Coordinator role. If you have completed your full Mega Host term (2 seasons), you are no longer able to apply or be a host. Volunteers who were suspended, demoted or removed from the C&E program or the MSA Volunteering Department cannot hold Host positions.
Note: Camps & Events FB Closed Group is how we talk to one another and communicate events and activities. Email is rarely used during this program.
Apply for a C&S Leadership Role
MSA Camps & Events: Leadership Position and Task Descriptions Here
BECOME A MEGA HOST
BECOME A LEADER
BECOME A SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN
BECOME AN INTERN TO OUR LEADERS*
*this is not an internship role, but a mentee position that will shadow and assist sub-coordinators so that gain experience and understanding before applying to become a sub-coordinator.
Requirements & Training
Working with Children Checks (WWCC)
Working with Children Checks is a requirement for all staff and volunteers at Monash University. In particular, volunteers of the Camps and Events program are not able attend Camp if they do not have a WWCC. A photo of a volunteer’s current WWCC must be sent to the MSA Volunteer Officer (.
In-house C&E Training
C&E Host, Mege Host and Leaders training will be presented by MSA Volunteering staff and MSA HR.
Training regarding ‘get to know you’ games and instructions regarding C&E events and activities will be presented by C&E Leaders.
BRIGHT Training will be provided as part of Host Training (both physical and over Zoom) each season.
Monash Respectful Communities Training
All C&E Volunteers must complete the following online Monash Respectful Communities training modules.
Host training will include time at the end of the session to complete the following online modules:
- Respect at Monash
- Diversity & Inclusion Module (20 minutes)
- Call it out: Actively Changing Campus Culture (1 Hour Module)
The following training modules will be completed in the volunteer's personal time:
- Responding to disclosures of Sexual Violence (1 Hour Module)
- Queer 101 (1.5 Hour Module)
All Mega Hosts and C&E Leaders are recommended to complete the following Monash Respectful Communities training. It is a recommendation as this training is only provided face to face and may class with classes or work schedules:
Other Monash Training
All Mega Hosts and C&E Leaders must complete the following Monash training:
- Intercultural Competence for the Workplace 2020 (Online Module)
- Incident Management Scenario Training (Zoom or classroom)
- Reactivating Our Campuses
All Mega Hosts and C&E Leaders are funded by the MSA Volunteering department to complete the following training:
- Food Safety
- First Aid
- Mental Health First Aid
- If MHFA is unavailable, Mega Host must complete:
- DHS COVID 19 Compliance Officer Online Training