4ZZZ is a community made up of dedicated volunteers and a small number of paid staff. There are a number of ways you can participate, from volunteering at events to internships in our news, production, or music departments.
A good way to keep up with current training & volunteering opportunities at 4ZZZ is by signing up to Zedletter - our weekly enews - here.
There are heaps of ways you can lend your skills to help around the station. Volunteers run our reception, help with admin upkeep, run merch stalls, event and even pitch in with building and maintenance.
How to become a 4ZZZ volunteer:
2. Fill out this online volunteer application form
3. Keep an eye out for an email invitation to one of our monthly volunteer inductions from our Volunteer Coordinator. Inductions are held monthly.
4. Once you’ve completed an induction you will be able to apply for any and all volunteer positions that come up at 4ZZZ.
Are you interested in a career in media, journalism, or radio?
4ZZZ radio is offering a four-month internship program for people wishing to develop their news presentation and reporting skills. During the internship, students write, produce, and present weekly news bulletins for Zedlines.
The internship requires a commitment of one morning per week from 7:00am-12:30pm at the 4ZZZ station in Fortitude Valley. Interns will start their first month in Early October and finish in Early February (with a summer break). Interns will gain experience in:
After completing a Zedlines internship, there are opportunities to join and contribute to 4ZZZ’s news and current affairs program, Brisbane Line, or work in other areas of the station – even have your own radio show!
Applications for the August to November internship have been EXTENDED until Monday, September 25, 2023
For more information, contact Alexis & Catherine: news-coordinators@
4ZZZ Training programs are open to everyone in the community, however popular training programs are prioritised toward 4ZZZ subscribers & volunteers.
4ZZZ runs regular in-house announcer training sessions which equip trainees with the skills to run their very own 4ZZZ program.
We also run sessions oriented to youth, First Nations and the general public at various times throughout the year.
Other training courses/sessions are held on an ad-hoc basis, focusing on various aspects of community media and helping build useful skill sets.
For information on current training programs, please check out our Training page.