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  • Carpenter (Volunteer)

    Centacare FNQ

    Centacare FNQ is the lead provider of multicultural services in Far North Queensland. We have been delivering programs that promote a safe, welcoming and supportive space for newly arrived refugee and migrant communities, as well as those seeking asylum for over a decade. We are in need of volunteers who have basic skills as a Carpenter and is willing to pass on the knowledge to refugee and migrant communities to up skill them and help them into employment. Volunteers need to be vaccinated.

  • Administrative Volunteer

    Migrant Information Centre (Eastern Melbourne)

    Come and join our friendly team at the Migrant Information Centre in Box Hill! As an Administrative Volunteer, you will assist with the settlement of refugees and migrants in the eastern region. You will meet people from different cultures, whilst volunteering in a friendly and supportive office environment assisting the Administrative Officer and other staff members in office-related tasks.

  • Driving Mentor Volunteer

    Australian Refugee Association (ARA)

    Through supervised driving sessions with a Volunteer Driving Mentor, Learner drivers of refugee background have the opportunity to work towards completing their 75 hours of driving experience and gaining their P Plates. Volunteering in the program is a valuable way you can help learner drivers reach this life-changing goal.

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  • Child Care volunteer

    Friends of Refugees Inc

    Friends of Refugees Reporting to the Education Support Coordinator, and working with other child care workers, the child care worker looks after children of parents who are taking part in programs at the Friends of Refugees centre and provide fun and educational activities while parents are in an adjacent room. Children will generally be between the ages of 3 months and 7 years.

  • AMEP Volunteer Tutor

    South Regional TAFE

    The Volunteer Tutor Program is a part of the AMEP. It offers informal language tutors to help migrants and refugees to improve their English. The Program relies on trained volunteers who work on a one-to-one basis, outside the classroom environment, either online or face to face. Every AMEP student is offered the opportunity by SR TAFE for Volunteer support for 1 hour per week. Volunteer Tutors play an important role to support new Australians to settle into the Australian culture.

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  • Classroom Tutor - Adult Migrant English Program - Ellenbrook

    Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

    Would you like to work with a migrant or refugee to help them improve their language skills? Our tutors help people become more independent and learn how to communicate in the English language. Classroom Tutors are required to assist our qualified lecturers in a classroom at Ellenbrook.

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  • VoRTCS Refugee Family Tutor

    St Vincent De Paul Society Queensland

    Do you have a free hour per week to make a positive difference in a refugee family’s life? Would you like to welcome newly arrived refugees by helping them learn English and settle in to the Brisbane community? Vinnies QLD's Volunteer Refugee Tutoring and Community Support (VoRTCS) program provides in-home tutoring support to refugee families in Brisbane. Just an hour volunteering per week can make a huge difference in making people from refugee backgrounds feel welcome in the community.

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  • Classroom Tutor - Adult Migrant English Program

    Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

    Would you like to work with a migrant or refugee to help them improve their language skills? Our tutors help people become more independent and learn how to communicate in the English language. Classroom Tutors are required to assist our qualified lecturers in a classroom at one of our campuses in Northbridge, Leederville, and Balga.

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  • Home Tutor - Adult Migrant English Program

    Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

    Would you like to work with a migrant or refugee to help them improve their language skills? Our tutors help people become more independent and learn how to communicate in the English language. Opportunities are available across the metropolitan area.

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