What we're up to
News & Events
news June 13 2023
Let’s Talk: "The Silent Struggle: Exploring the Link Between Sexual Abuse and Infertility"
events July 3 2023 — July 4 2023
Tackling Consent Workshops
events August 19 2022 — December 31 2022
Caring Dads Group
events October 11 2022 — August 31 2023
The Art Project
news April 19 2023
CAV Out and About
Join Our Board
Could you offer skills, knowledge, creativity and inspiration to help build a community where everyone feels safe? Are you looking to develop great connections and enhance your professional network?
Board Directors meet monthly in Wangaratta or online as required. To join our Board, complete the online application form by following the link on the left panel of this webpage.
We believe having a range of perspectives, backgrounds and lived experiences on the board helps make sure decisions are well considered and reflect the needs of our community and clients. Diversity in thinking and experience also helps ensure we continue to be innovative and agile.
We are committed to building a diverse and talented Board and welcome applications that mirror the inclusive nature of our organisation. As a skills based board we are seeking professionals with experience in finance, information technology, previous board governance, risk and compliance. We also encourage people with lived experience, and younger people aged 18-30 years.
If you are ready to step into a fantastic opportunity, then please contact us! Please start by reading our Board Director Information Pack to learn more.
Applicants who demonstrate they have the necessary skills will be asked to an informal interview. The interview is an opportunity to explore the expectations on both sides and ensure a great fit for all.
Not ready for a full Board commitment? Why not still be involved by becoming a Association Member? Scroll down to learn more.
Join Our Association
Are you ready to make a meaningful impact on a community where everyone feels safe? Your skills, knowledge, creativity, and inspiration can play a vital role in building such a community.
We believe having a range of perspectives, backgrounds and lived experiences supporting our organisation and work.
We are committed to establishing a broad, diverse and inclusive Association comprising people with disabilities, people from LGBTQIA+ communities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Please read our Association Member Information Pack to learn how to get started. This is a great step to learn more about our organisation before applying to be a Board Director.
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