Open House Melbourne - Volunteers

Open House Melbourne are looking to recruit both old and new volunteers for their 2022 program.

This year’s Open House Weekend will be held on the weekend of 30 + 31 July 2022. If you already love Open House Melbourne or have thought about donning the pink vest, then now is a great time to sign up and get involved.

Need to know

  1. The 2022 Open House Melbourne Weekend will be on SATURDAY 30 + SUNDAY 31 JULY 2022
  2. You will need to be available on either the Saturday OR the Sunday (or both!)
  3. You will be required to complete a 4 ­hour shift in the morning OR afternoon
  4. You must be available to complete an in-person training session

Volunteer benefits

As a Open House Melbourne volunteer, you will receive:

  1. Priority queue access on the Weekend *
  2. An Open House memento
  3. Sneak peaks of the Weekend program and exclusive links via the Volunteer Portal
  4. In person or online training
  5. Invitations throughout the year to Open House events
  6. Opportunity to volunteer at Open House events throughout the year
  7. End of year volunteer thank you tour

* non ticketed events + subject to capacity limitations

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