All volunteers in Wired Youth programs must do the following before any work with minors begins:
Passed a Crim Track National Police Clearance (see below for more info)
Joined a Team (JAT) and agreed to SUSA's Code of conduct
Completed SU's Childsafe training (or equivalent). Check with your team leader for accepted equivalent training
Team Leaders also do referee checks on all Team Members to confirm the suitability of the applicant for the volulnteering role they are applying for.
Wired Youth uses the Childsafe Safetey Management System in the training, coordination, and management of all its activities
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Every year, Wired Youth runs an internship for young people aged 18-23 years. Interns will receive leadership training, mentoring, and can choose to do either the 'Schools', 'Camps', 'At-Risk', or 'Community Engagement' stream. Interns get to be involved in all aspects of activities including development and innovation
These internships will be shaped to fit the strengths and circumstances of the young person and allow time for other responsibilites such as part time jobs.
If you are interested in finding out more about an internship for the coming year, contact Wired Youth's State youth Coordinator for more info.