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Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

WIL Opportunties

Extracurricular activities go beyond getting a part-time job in the local supermarket or fast food outlet. Club activities are enriching and an important part of experiencing university life. The importance of participating in the university community is reiterated by employers with many organisations seeking such participation when considering candidates for their vacation and internship programs.


Enactus is a club with a social entrepreneurial focus. Working with different non-profit groups and businesses, the aim of Enactus is to empower marginalised and often neglected communities to become self-dependent. This is done through student led community projects, with the aim for those projects to become self-sustainable within the community.

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Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME)

Just one hour a week can forever change the life of a local Indigenous kid who's asking for your help to guide them through school. AIME Mentors at Curtin work one-to-one with local Indigenous high-school students to help them realise their dreams. Find out more about AIME.

Curtin Volunteer! (CV!)

CV! is a student-driven volunteering hub doing exciting things right across WA. Keen to help the community? You can sign up for our ongoing programs or one-off events.

Earn While You Learn (EWYL)

EWYL is an initiative that recruits current Curtin University students into a diverse range of casual and part time opportunities on campus. Visit the EWYL website for more details.


The UniPASS program at Curtin is a voluntary, peer-facilitated, cooperative, academic assistance program that targets historically difficult courses and assists in the transition and retention of first and/or second year students. Contact UniPASS today if you are keen on being a UniPASS facilitator.