Are you interested in social justice? Are you looking to use your skills for good? Are you a volunteer, or interested in working in communities? The Shopfront could be the place for you!
UTS Shopfront has a number of ways to help you to connect your passion with your university work, and is committed to providing meaningful, community-based learning experiences for UTS students. We do this in two main ways - Community Projects, which are usually completed through coursework, and our student leadership and volunteering program, the UTS SOUL Award.
One of our core programs, the Shopfront Community Coursework Projects, connects community organisations with skilled student teams across all faculties to deliver on a diverse range community led projects. We've been doing this since 1996, and most of these projects have been completed as part of coursework for final year undergraduate or postgraduate students. If you'd like to find out more information about completing a Community Coursework program, visit this page. If you have any more questions, take a look at the 'Students' section on our FAQ page or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UTS SOUL Award
The UTS SOUL Award is a student leadership and volunteering initiative that helps the UTS Shopfront to reach its aims of a strong and sustainable community sector.
SOUL is open to UTS students at all levels of study and across all faculties. The program supports students to venture beyond their degree and into the community, applying the skills and knowledge gained at UTS, and connecting students to volunteering opportunities through Shopfront's extensive network of community partners. For more information about SOUL, or to register, visit the SOUL Award website or email email@example.com