Volunteers play a vital role at BREC
Volunteering with BREC is both rewarding and fun.
Our volunteers have the opportunity to connect with other like-minded arts and culture enthusiasts, gain on-the-job experience under the guidance of industry professionals and become a valued team member at one of WA’s leading performing arts and conference venues.
Not only by providing exceptional services to over 40,000 visitors each year, BREC Volunteers provide the link with our local community, which is key to supporting the continued growth and development to our thriving arts and culture scene in the South West.
As a BREC Volunteer you will have the option to undertake roles such as serving food and beverages from the BREC Cafe, assisting patrons to find their seating or you could even work behind the BREC Bars if you have a RSA certificate!
Enhancing the visitor experience is at the heart of everything we do.
Transforming lives through volunteering
Benefits for volunteers.
Gain Employable Skills
Gain new skills that can make you more employable. Whether it’s occupational skills that will land you that dream job or help you to develop skills such as communication, leadership, delegation, problem solving and team work.
National figures published in 2010 indicate that 96% of volunteers say volunteering makes them feel happier. Staying active can help volunteers keep fitter and there has been links to a reduction in stress levels and high blood pressure. Volunteers feel more socially connected helping to combat loneliness and depression.
Bringing people together from different parts of the community helps to foster a greater awareness in people and the issues faced by our local community. You’ll have the opportunity to make new friends promote diversity and develop community cohesion.