❝ Joining Enactus how broadened my thinking and expanded my horizons showing me how we can create a more sustainable future through community development and projects which actually impact real people. This empowers me to strive better in life working with the SDG goals and creating a better planet for all.


Jordan Wright

Enactus ECU

Are you an enrolled Edith Cowan University student and want to volunteer with us? 
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be an ECU student to join Enactus ECU?

Yes. Enactus ECU is open to all current students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

What degrees should I be studying to join Enactus ECU?

Enactus ECU welcomes students from all courses, disciplines, and areas of study. The more diverse the cohort the better! Think of Enactus ECU as a small multi-disciplinary organisation comprising of leaders, project managers, technicians, scientists, engineers, accountants, marketers, human resource managers,  entrepreneurs, and everything else an organisation needs. Between these roles, the organisation is maintained and projects to address real-world problems are identified and developed.

Is there a membership fee?

No. Membership is your time volunteered towards progressing projects and maintaining the organisation.

Will I get paid?

No. Membership is voluntary with the aim to develop your industry-relevant skills and practices while making a difference to your community and the world.

What skills will I develop through Enactus ECU?

The list can be endless – it depends on what you want to achieve. Generally, it can be a broad range of discipline-specific and non-technical skills such as you would gain through an internship.

How much time do I need to commit to Enactus ECU?

Enactus ECU members are expected to contribute a minimum of 3-4 hours a week. Some students contribute more time as they have available, or to see a project come to fruition. Time committed can be through team meetings or individual time working on projects. The time is captured on a spreadsheet that members fill on a weekly basis.