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By volunteering your time and skills to Lifeline Melbourne you can help people in crisis.
To become a volunteer Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter you’ll need to undertake training.
While experience in deep learning and natural language processing would be beneficial, a commitment to continuous learning, collaborative work attitude and strong communication skills will be critical to your success.
Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation, we respect everyone’s right to be heard, understood and cared for.
If you’re a keen reader, why not join our book club?
We get together one Wednesday evening each month to share our thoughts on what we’ve read (or nearly finished reading, as the case may be) over coffee and cake.
This prepares you to be confident, skilled and able to provide support to Lifeline callers in their time of distress.
Wesley Mission Victoria operates the Lifeline centre in Melbourne.