Found 5 Indigenous Australians volunteering opportunities in Queensland QLD

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  1. Winnam NAIDOC Kunjiel Family Funday

    Come celebrate NAIDOC week and support our Family Fun Day on Saturday 21 July 2018 at the Wynnum foreshore, near the wading pool. This event is part of the Quandamooka Festival. We need volunteers to help in a variety of roles to ensure the day is a success.

    Id:102857
    Indigenous Australians
    Event duration
    Wynnum QLD
  2. Year 12 Japanese Tutors

    Japanese tutor required for Indigenous Boarders at St Hilda's School, Southport. The role of a Yalari tutor is very important as it offers another level of support to children who are studying away from home; away from their friends and family. Patient, flexible tutors are required to work with our Indigenous children who come from regional, rural and remote communities to attend boarding schools. Start date: 12 March 2018

    Id:113413
    Indigenous Australians
    Ongoing commitment
    Southport QLD
  3. Year 7 to 12 English Tutors

    English tutor required for Indigenous Boarders at St Hilda's School, Southport. The role of a Yalari tutor is very important as it offers another level of support to children who are studying away from home; away from their friends and family. Patient, flexible tutors are required to work with our Indigenous children who come from regional, rural and remote communities to attend boarding schools. Start date: 12 March 2018

    Id:113432
    Indigenous Australians
    Ongoing commitment
    Southport QLD
  4. Year 7 to 12 Maths Tutors

    English tutor required for Indigenous Boarders at St Hilda's School, Southport. The role of a Yalari tutor is very important as it offers another level of support to children who are studying away from home; away from their friends and family. Patient, flexible tutors are required to work with our Indigenous children who come from regional, rural and remote communities to attend boarding schools. Start date: 12 March 2018

    Id:113409
    Indigenous Australians
    Ongoing commitment
    Southport QLD
  5. Year 7 and 8 Humanities Tutors

    Humanities tutors required for Indigenous Boarders at St Hilda's School, Southport. The role of a Yalari tutor is very important as it offers another level of support to children who are studying away from home; away from their friends and family. Patient, flexible tutors are required to work with our Indigenous children who come from regional, rural and remote communities to attend boarding schools. Start date: 12 March 2018

    Id:113433
    Indigenous Australians
    Ongoing commitment
    Southport QLD