How to be involved
We don't need people who are world experts in a given field, we just need people who are willing to make themselves available to help break down barriers!
Could you help us with:
Our email network. We will use this email network to keep people informed about our work and to find the resources and people we need to help us set up the project and later to help the individuals in the community. As we cannot know ahead of time what particular aspirations individuals will have, we cannot foresee what information or skills we will need to access, so the wider our pool of people to draw on the better. The network will receive newsletters approx monthly. Join our email network
You or your organisation can become part of our Advisory Panel. If you have good networks in the Northern Territory, have knowledge and/or influence in Indigenous Community services and infrastructures or are interested in supporting Aboriginal enterprise on remote communities, then we need you. The Advisory Panels role is to advise facilitators on options for resourcing clients in their endeavours, to help appropriately overcome bureaucratic barriers and support the project in any way they can. If you have contacts with organisations that might be interested please let us know.
Becoming part of our facilitation team. Our team has set up a base in Galiwin'ku. We could do with another 2 - 4 people who feel a calling to this kind of work in a remote Aboriginal Community. You must have a passion to empower people and willingness to put yourself out of your comfort zone to achieve this. Experience would be an advantage but is not required. The team members will be well trained in the methodology we will be using. Don't think that if you are just a trades person or even a desk jockey that we cannot use you, a calling to the work and appropriate attitude is what matters at this point. If you are at all interested please contact us. Not all members of the team need be direct facilitators, there are many roles that could be useful on the ground in the communities. In the future we hope to expand the project to other communities. These roles are not yet funded, but don't let that stop you, we can share what we have.
Volunteer to be on our workers register. There will be short term needs from time to time and opportunities to test for more permanent roles. We would like to create a register of people serious about being available. We would love to know if you are interested, and also what your skills and areas of interest are.
Consider if you would like to become involved on any level- if so, please let us know.
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