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TalkCampus is looking for support volunteers

Current AU learners have access to TalkCampus, which is a mobile app offering learners peer-to-peer support when they need to talk to someone in a safe and anonymous space. The peer supporters are volunteers in the buddy program who are trained by TalkCampus with the skills to offer online support to a global community of peers.

Volunteer buddy program

The volunteer program is currently looking for caring people to join the next cohort in mid-February. This opportunity provides flexibility and is designed to fit into your schedule, there are no designated shifts. Volunteers are provided with training which can be done at their own pace.

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Benefits of volunteering

The time commitment is flexible. If you need a break, take it. Your mental health is always a priority.

Your contribution to the program will be acknowledged after six months of volunteering with a Certificate of Service and are eligible for a reference. That means, you can add it to your resume.

If you are a caring and compassionate person who wants to be a part of a global community that helps others and leaves a positive and meaningful impact on their lives, register to be a volunteer in the buddy program with TalkCampus before the next cohort starts soon, so sign up today if you’re interested.


“I found the training really helpful; it gave me proper insights into the role of being a buddy, it equipped me with important skills to be able to perform that role well...”

– Madhu, buddy
  • February 9, 2021