Celebrating our volunteers
Our alumni volunteers are our ambassadors. They contribute to the University by giving their expertise, time, or financial support. We understand the importance of recognising our volunteers and the impact they have on the University and the wider community.
We do this by sharing their stories. We also shine a special spotlight on the impact of our alumni volunteers during National Volunteer Week, celebrated in Australia each May.
Nina Calski (MBusLaw 2012) has been a mentor with Monash University's Alumni–Student Mentoring Program since 2011.
Alumni have come together to support libraries at local primary schools and settlements in South Africa.
In addition to running his own firm, Tom Quinlan finds time to volunteer with Monash’s Faculty of Business and Economics.
He is the host of one of China’s most popular television programs. It would be understandable if James Lam had little time for anything else.
His experience at Monash has inspired alumnus Charles Lee's longstanding commitment to Monash University Alumni Singapore.
In 2010 Fulu Murovhi and Laura Cremona launched a volunteer program to teach local community members new skills.
Edward Chiu and David Chan have clocked up more than 40 years of volunteering between them.