Give your career in the life sciences a competitive edge with the Student Volunteer Program, managed and developed by AusBiotech.
Assisting with various aspects of the conference, student volunteers are directly propelled into largest life science conference in Australia and one of the most vibrant scenes of Australian biotechnology.
Through the volunteer program, students can:
AusBiotech 2017 will be held from 25-27 October at the Adelaide Convention Centre in South Australia. Before submitting your application, please read the frequently asked questions (FAQs). Applications are open - apply now!
“I saw the chance to volunteer as a great opportunity to work as a member of a team of driven and enthusiastic students from all over Australia. Volunteering provided me with unhindered access to the whole conference program and networking events.”
Read ARMI PhD Danni Ratnayake’s blog post, PhD gains fresh perspective after International BioFest.
“I leapt at the chance to volunteer at the AusBiotech conference and was delighted to be chosen. Over the three days, volunteering gave me the opportunity to participate in sessions, and provided amazing networking opportunities to learn from leaders in their fields.”
Read Kate Luders', Bachelor of Science (biotechnology) and honours (biology), Flinders University, BioFest delegate report.