Future Moves recruits undergraduate CSU students as Leaders who help with school workshops and events on campus. Leaders play a vital role in Future Moves, inspiring school students who might not have considered furthering their education at university to consider it as a real option for them.
Are you a current CSU student? Interested in finding out more? Read on below!
Future Moves Leaders
What does Future Moves do?
Future Moves currently reaches out to hundreds of students in targeted primary schools and high schools all over regional NSW and north east Victoria.
Many of these students think that university is simply not for them, while others have not even considered going to university. Leaders play an important role in inspiring these students to consider university as a real option for them.
The Role of a Leader
Being a Future Moves Leader is a rewarding and fun experience. Future Moves Leaders have the opportunity to participate in:
- On Campus Events that involve working with students aged 10 up to 18. These are fun packed days involving hands on activities around the university.
- In School Workshops where Leaders assist Future Moves staff with activities in local schools.
- The Future Moves Indigenous Mentoring Program as Mentors.
- Chatting online to remote students by videoconference about what really happens at Uni!