Get involved

Join the AgileAus community

AgileAus relies on the goodwill of a diverse and welcoming cohort of community members who are united in their curiosity to explore better ways of working.

We welcome you to make connections that matter, stay in the loop and receive ideas and inspiration you need to motivate you along your journey by joining the AgileAus community.

Volunteer at AgileAus19

The AgileAus Conference benefits from the generosity of volunteers who contribute in a multitude of ways. 
Program Guides
AgileAus program guides take speakers through a collaborative process, helping them to prepare the best presentation possible. By acting as a sounding board and helping speakers refine their presentations, program guides help shape a program that can best resonate with the community!

If you are interested in being a part of the program guide process or want to know more about volunteer roles  – please get in touch via email to


Volunteers: We always love hearing from students that are curious about Agile, who can help the Conference run smoothly by packing and handing out satchels, running mics, minding doors, and generally assisting with the management of the 1200+ Conference attendees.

Apply to get involved with AgileAus19 as a Student Volunteer, please email your contact information to:, along with your best contact details and the name of the university/school you currently attend.

Share with the AgileAus community

Speak at AgileAus19

AgileAus takes pride in bringing together a range of stellar speakers that represent the depth and breadth of the Australian Agile community each year.

Have people learn from your experience by sharing with the AgileAus community.

In 2019 AgileAus is accepting Expressions Of Interest (EOIs) from across the AgileAus community. EOIs for AgileAus19 open on the week beginning Monday 3 December 2018 – watch this space!

Other ways to get involved

Have a concept, approach or provocation that you would like to share with your peers in the meantime?

We welcome you to open a dialogue with the AgileAus community  in the following ways:


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