Welcome2Sydney is a project co-designed by City of Sydney and SS and aims to encourage inclusiveness and strengthen a sense of belonging by involving ambassadors from the City of Sydney local government area (LGA), to engage in community acts of welcoming refugees/new arrivals. The Welcome2Sydney Community Support Assistant will assist families and individuals to navigate and build their independence on public transport from their local station into the City of Sydney.
28 Migrant Services volunteer opportunities in Sydney City found Show all organisationsPage 1 of 3
We require Tutors with a formal qualification in Education, or equivalent experience teaching children: such as overseas teaching experience. Tutors work closely with children and their teachers in the delivery of a personalised learning plan, which has been agreed by all parties. Tutors may support children one-on one or in small groups.
Bright Sparks Learning Club support newly arrived migrant and refugee children in primary school where they have the opportunity to build their confidence, develop and strengthen skills and enjoy positive relationships. The club’s focus is on broad learning and this is carried out through a variety of different fun and creative activities.
Strathfield Council’s “Chatterbox Cafe” is seeking a volunteer facilitator to lead a weekly English Conversation class for community members to be held at High Street Library during School Term 3 2018 (Monday, 30th July – Monday, 24th September 2018) and School Term 4 2018 (Monday, 22nd October – Monday, 17th December 2018). You may be able to commit to volunteering for one or both of the school terms.
Welcome2Sydney is a project co-designed by City of Sydney and SSI and aims to encourage inclusiveness and strengthen a sense of belonging for refugees/new arrivals, by engaging ambassadors who live in the City of Sydney local government area (LGA), to engage in community acts of welcoming. Welcome2Sydney Ambassador activities can include social, cultural and recreational activities available in the City of Sydney Council area.
Do you think you can help African migrants (mainly women) become job ready and then offer support in initial stages of employment?
We are seeking two volunteer tutors to support people from refugee background to boost their English language skills.
We are urgently looking for a number of Mentors to assist in our African Migrant Employment Program. This program takes a holistic personalised approach to help unemployed African migrants (mainly women who are former refugees from South Sudan) to overcome barriers to employment. Mentors will work one-on-one with a job seeker, providing essential support to African migrants as they seek long-term employment in Australia, and ongoing support once they have found employment.
Make a difference to the life of a newly settled child to maximize their learning potential. You can make a real difference by helping to build their confidence and skills.
The Specialised and Intensive Services (SIS) team provides intensive support to eligible refugee and asylum seeker clients with complex and exceptional needs. Specialised Community Support Assistants provide assistance to SIS clients to attend medical appointments, community engagement activities and events, assist with phone calls, language support and basic admin.
Sorry. Something went wrong.
Try reloading the page, or changing your search critera.