Found 75 Mentoring & Advocacy volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Educ - Tutor - Learning Club GOSFORD HIGH SCHOOL MATHS

    Volunteers work one-on-one with high school maths students from Years 9 - 11 in a safe, supervised, after-school hours setting to assist with the development of maths skills, over time building a trusting relationship and supporting the student's confidence in their learning and education. ***** This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast ***** 02-4329-7122

    Id:62426
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Short Term
    West Gosford, NSW
  2. Citizen Advocate - Launceston Area

    Looking for a suitable individual who is patient, kind, caring and non-judgemental that is interested in helping a person with an disability who may be lonely, vulnerable or at risk. The role may include speaking up, protecting, becoming an ally, mentoring or enabling an individual to reach their potential and become a part of their local community.

    Id:76593
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Launceston, TAS
  3. Looking for a keen fisherman- Launceston Area

    Do you have some spare time and would like to help someone in need? Would you be willing to share your favorite fishing spot with a person with a disability, are a kind, honest person who is willing to stand up for someone else and help them when they need it? If so we are looking for you!!!

    Id:76861
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Launceston, TAS
  4. Looking for a male volunteer- Launceston Tasmania

    Would you like to make a real difference in someone else's life? Do you like looking out for others? Then this role is for you!

    Id:77829
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Launceston, TAS
  5. Board Member WANTED- Retired Accountant

    We are looking for a retired accountant to assist our current Treasurer on our Board of Management. Experience in double entry accounting, MYOB and journal entries are vital. Meetings of the Board of Management are held on the third Wednesday of each month (Feb-Nov) at 4.30pm. For more information please call Nicole on 0409 182 999.

    Id:91983
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Launceston, TAS
  6. Female Mentors needed

    We are currently recruiting for mentors in our Western Suburbs program (Sunshine, St Albans and surrounds) and our Inner North Program (Yarra, Darebin, Banyule, CBD). We are seeking women who are empathetic, community minded, and committed to engaging with women in contact with the justice system. Training and ongoing supervision and support is provided.

    Id:95555
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Collingwood, VIC
  7. Youth @ Work Mentor for Migrant and Refugee Youth

    Youth at Work is a mentoring program which will engage migrant and refugee youth (15-24) who have a job and support them to retain employment. SSI mentors will be linked with a participant who has secured employment to support the young person for up to 6 months of their employment journey.

    Id:88790
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Parramatta, NSW
  8. Youth Frontiers Mentoring Program - MTC Australia

    MTC Australia is a leading not for profit provider of education, employment, training and support for young people. We are seeking to recruit volunteers for the Youth Frontiers Program to mentor high school aged youth in South West and Western Sydney.

    Id:62630
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Short Term
    Quakers Hill, NSW
  9. Youth Frontiers Mentoring Program - MTC Australia

    MTC Australia is a leading not for profit provider of education, employment, training and support for young people. We are seeking to recruit volunteers for the Youth Frontiers Program to mentor high school aged youth in South West and Western Sydney. Must be available during school hours only 1-2 hours a week.

    Id:62631
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Short Term
    Mount Druitt, NSW
  10. MTC Australia - Youth Frontiers Mentoring Program

    Mentors to students in Years 8-9 required for the Youth Frontiers Program conducted by MTC Australia. Mentors will be matched to students at various schools across South Western Sydney and assist them in completing a civic project of their choice as well as providing friendship and support whilst being a good role model. Availability of 1- 2 hours per week during schools hours preferably to start April 2017.

    Id:62638
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Short Term
    Auburn, NSW