We are proud to announce Jamie Vincent of The Apex Club of Blacktown as Apex Australia’s National Membership director
Since 1961 The Apex Club of Blacktown has had 5 National Board members.
Apex Australia is a vibrant and energetic volunteer service organisation focused on harnessing the ideas, ideals and intelligence of younger Australians aged 18 to 45.
We are an authentic Australian icon – established in 1931 and going strong. We have helped more than 200,000 younger Australians make a difference to their community, learn valued skills and make great friends. The Apex story is one of fun, fellowship and friendship. We offer you the opportunity to give others a fair go, practical help and positive role models to reach their own potential. Its Apex, Its Australian!
Apex volunteers can be located from Alice Springs to Wodonga, from Brisbane to Goondiwindi.
They are lawyers, carpenters, school teachers, council workers, students and farmers. There is no typical Apexian – gender, geography and gainful employment are no guide as to why people joined or how they get involved. We have a policeman who project manages a statewide fashion show and a publican who runs a multi-layered national organisation.
You can be an Apex member right now. Just use the contact link on this website and take the first step. Many of yesterday’s new Apexians, often having joined soon after school, college or university, are today’s medical researchers, managers, elected representatives and community leaders.
Apex has made a difference to their lives and it can do the same for you. Your local Club will offer you plenty of opportunities to help other Australians, make new friends, and gain skills in public speaking, leadership and communication.