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Join the 30Mil Team!

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We need more hands on deck!

30 Million to None is searching for some dedicated volunteers to help us further our goal of raising awareness and educating people on modern slavery.

We are looking for writers and event organisers for future projects.

These roles would be perfect for university or college students looking to gain experience in their respective fields and those wishing to make their CVs stand out with volunteer work.

Applicants for both fields must have an interest in modern slavery and have at least a basic understanding of current real-world issues. Applicants may come from any educational background, but must be proficient in English. Those applying for the events field must be based in Melbourne, Australia. Writers can be based anywhere. Unfortunately, volunteers cannot be paid.

To apply, please send your CV and a short statement of less than 100 words explaining why you want to join the 30Mil team to 30milliontonone@gmail.com

For more information, please contact use on the above email or through any of our social media platforms.

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