Leep enables people to use technology in an increasingly digital world.

We support all people to build digital skills and confidence, to close the digital divide and reduce social and economic exclusion through one-on-one digital mentoring.

What do we offer?

Leep is an organisation committed to improving digital skills for the 1 in 5 Australians not online. We do this by running an active network of digital literacy programs. Please visit our digital inclusion section to find out more about our services.

Volunteering Opportunities

Are you interested in helping others learn and gain confidence while improving your own knowledge and skills?

We are constantly recruiting volunteers for our digital mentoring programs. You don’t have to be a technology whiz, just be willing to help others with basic digital tasks and questions.

We offer flexible times, locations and opportunities for our volunteers. If you would like to be a part of creating a more digitally inclusive society, contact us.

Become a Digital Mentor

Leep coordinates with other organisations to recruit and place volunteers based on their passions, interests and skills.

We offer a huge variety of roles in many different locations. Please click the link below to contact us for more information.

Volunteering Opportunities

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