Become a Study Help PALS volunteer


Join the team!

Want to help other students to be successful in their studies?

Study Help PALS work closely with each other, Study Help PALS Leaders and the Learning Advisers to find new and exciting ways to communicate with the students about learning resources. Volunteers will contribute to the Study Help PALS program by creating content for social media promotions and/or contributing to the planning and delivery of pop-up on campus events. Both these activities have the same aim – to raise awareness of the Study Help resources and services available to students.


To be successful in this application, you need to:

  • Have completed one full study period with minimum GPA of 4.5 (with recent improvement in grades)
  • Understand the challenges of academic study
  • Be able to demonstrate good communication skills and empathy
  • Be confident and proactive in approaching other students to promote UniSA Study Help resources
  • Be able to commit to 20 hours of volunteering
  • Complete an online training module and attend a half day face to face training

Desirable skills

  • Previous experience in creating social media content (personal or professional, for example Instagram posts, reels)
  • Previous experience in planning and delivering events e.g. on campus, local club etc.


  • Get recognised under the Leadership and Enterprise pillar of the UniSA+ Award
  • Further develop your interpersonal skills and ability to work with a diverse range of students
  • Work in partnership with UniSA's communications team and build your communications experience, particularly on social media content creation
  • Have your social media work published and viewed by UniSA students, staff and online followers
  • Receive a fabulous free Study Help PALS t-shirt and a Certificate of Participation


If you fit the above criteria and would like to give back to other students, submit your application now. We’d love to hear from you!. Applications close 9.00am, Monday 4 December 2023. 


For more information head to the Study Help PALS website, or contact