TAG: student wellbeing
The Australian Federal Police is warning of scams that are again targeting members of Adelaide’s Chinese community, including students. Such scams have previously been reported in 2018 and 2019. We recommend you visit the Scamwatch site for more details, and please report any such scams to Scamwatch.
Interested in Cambodian culture and/or entrepreneurship? Come and join us in this new club – the Cambodian Students of Adelaide (CamSA) where you can meet Cambodian people, learn more about the culture and engage in professional development. Submit your expression of interest now!
Baptist Care SA has launched a new Community Food Hub in Adelaide – and students are welcome to shop there for discounted and free food. It’s a great opportunity to improve wellbeing and eat well on a low income – find out more.
Get your bike or device engraved by SAPOL to help track it down if it gets stolen. Western Courtyard, Hub Central (near the wooden steps), 24th October 11am – 1pm.
Both domestic and international students are welcome to become international Peer Mentors, encouraging international students to feel at home at the university. Help out at events and gatherings too – all the while having lots of fun! Send in your application now, we look forward to meeting you!
Are you a student with disability looking for paid work experience that counts? The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is offering students with disability a paid internship opportunity with leading organisations across various disciplines. Find out more here.