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The JCU Library appreciates your interest and willingness to volunteer your services to assist the Library, and our clients.
The volunteering guidelines do not apply to students participating in the JCU Library work experience program.
Individuals may have the opportunity to volunteer at the JCU libraries located at the Townsville or Cairns campuses.
The JCU Library may support the use of voluntary workers if there is work appropriate for the volunteer; and Library and Information Services staff can provide supervision.
There is no monetary remuneration for any volunteer.
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Volunteers normally work within 8.30am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.
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