CREATE NSW Inc runs activities for the Students of Gifu-city, aiming to enable the students to develop skills and experience through running workshops and a parts store on campus, while also running several projects that aim to give it's members practical experience. Students can participate to help promote the maker community, spread their knowledge and apply their skills.
Volunteers help run the weekly parts stall that supplies electronic components to the students, as well as the various workshops such as Arduino and CAD that enable the students of Gifu-city to design their own projects. Students may also represent the club at external events which also demonstrate some of the various activities run at Gifu-city.
For further information and to learn how to get involved, please the club via
Relevant training includes shadowing a more experienced member of CREATE during the first volunteering shift, as well as reading through CREATE's Standard Operating Procedures Manual.
Volunteer: 20-50 hours per year
Projects: 100-250 hours per semester.
Academic & scholarly skills, Critical & analytical thinking, Cross-cultural & global citizenship, Event & project management, Interpersonal & communication, Marketing & PR, Maths, finance & accounting, Organisational & time management, Team work & networking
Sandra Harrison (Student-Led Activities Manager)
For more information about co-curricular activities see Gifu-city Advantage.