REF: #413 Prepare welding bays for classes and assist teacher. Must have Blue Card.
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REF: #413 Assist in building shelves, interest in cropping and welding , experience appreciated but not essential. Must have Blue Card.
REF: #413 Volunteer (unpaid) for not-for-profit organisation To assist with crop care at a local Agriculture Farm. Must Have Blue card
REF: #413 To assist with odd jobs at a local Agriculture Farm. Must Have Blue Card.
REF: #413 Assist with woodwork classes, maintenance and student assistance. Must Have Blue Card.
REF: #413 Assist in the Metalwork class with basic preparation and maintenance. Must Have Blue Card
Person required to assist in school garden and grounds, and maintenance at any level. This can be a one off or regular thing. All levels of ability will be of assistance and any help will be appreciated.
Volunteer required to assist Tuckshop Manager with food prep, cleaning, making orders, washing up and stacking fridge.
This School has an active "Stephanie Alexander" garden, students learn to grow and cook natural vegetables. A volunteer who enjoys working in a garden environment, providing weeding, watering and general upkeep and assisting the teacher with some lessons (optional) would be invaluable to the school. Some horticulture experience would be a bonus. Days can be discussed with the coordinator : Time Approx. 9am - 3 pm.
A fun, in-school reading support activity, where gentle, well-behaved dogs are taken into schools
Kingston East Neighbourhood Group Inc.'s Occasional Childcare Service is a vibrant limited hours Childcare with a qualified teacher and Group Leader. The service is licenced for 21 children and required the support of an assistant Childcare volunteer.
If you have good communication and interpersonal skills, great attitude and the ability to help young people solve problems in a range of subjects.... Volunteer as a tutor. Volunteer tutors work with school children assisting them with their homework.
To take your dog into primary schools and sit with children who read to your dog. Each child reads one on one to your dog for approx. 20 minutes. Volunteers must commit to one school year.
Are you interested in helping young children with their reading? Volunteers are required to help out with reading at the school on a regular basis. Students who may be gifted or struggling find this extra support valuable. You will be trained in the Reading Program. Openings available every day, Mon-Fri. between 8.40am-2.40pm. Days and Times can be negotiated with Volunteer Coordinator.
Are you interested in helping students (Year 4 into Highschool) learn a new language? No prior Japanese language experience needed. Volunteers are required to help out at the school on a regular basis to support the classroom teacher with the program - training provided. Available days: Monday to Thursday 8.40am to 1.25pm. Day(s) negotiated with the coordinator.
Do you have a passion for education? Why not consider tutoring. Volunteers help improve the educational goals of disadvantaged Gold Coast students. Day required - Wednesday. Times - 3pm-4.30pm.
AAIC is a drug free organisation which has been operating for over 3 years. Our primary aim is to be able to bring awareness to the High Schools of the dangers of ICE and other drugs through our prevention strategies program. This position will liaise with High Schools to organise speaking engagements for the prevention strategies program.
Have fun and teach French to mature age people in a relaxed atmosphere. We require a person who has good conversational skills, translation, dictation and grammar. Lessons are 2 hours each one day per week. Suitable day can be discussed with the Curriculum Manager.
A Science Tutor for Year 7 to 10 is required to assist Indigenous students at St Hilda's School Southport. Volunteers are required to be patient, flexible tutors to work with the Student Support Officer, who is assisting Indigenous students currently boarding at St. Hilda's. Tutoring is undertaken after school hours during the week. The day can be negotiated with the Co-ordinator.
Do you have a passion for education? Why not consider tutoring. Volunteers help improve the educational goals of disadvantaged Gold Coast students at Primary Schools. This role can be undertaken by High School Students, but will require a National Police Check. Times and day: Wednesday 7.30 - 9.00am.
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