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Wesley Mission Queensland's ORCA Project is looking for volunteers to assist us to build meaningful connections for young post school adults with disabilities in the community with a focus on training, work experience and ultimately employment.
STP is an innovative project assisting tenants who are at high risk of losing their tenancy. We are seeking Graduates, Students and experienced volunteers who can provide intensive tenancy support to the most marginalised and vulnerable people. Volunteers work in 6 session lots, to assist tenant to/towards stablise a tenancy.
The Ready Reading program aims to improve literacy for children in Queensland through training parents and community members to support children’s reading. Working in partnership with the Queensland Government Department of Education, the Ready Reading program will train up to 3,000 mums, dads, carers and members of the community to share their knowledge and time and foster a love of reading in Queensland primary school classrooms.
Share your digital knowledge and experience to help Queenslanders to learn, discover and grow digitally. Become a Digital Mentor and provide face-to-face support, either one-on-one or in small groups, to help others learn how to use digital technologies such as smartphones, tablets, computers or laptops. We welcome people from all walks of life.s. Most Digital Mentors are not IT experts. The most important characteristics of a good Digital Mentor are empathy and patience.
Nundah Activity Centre (NAC) and the Queensland Centre for Digital Inclusion (QCDI) are looking for actors to develop and participate in theatre productions that utilise digital technologies. The QCDI theatre troop will perform several unique productions throughout the year to audiences both in centre (Nundah) and remote.
Nundah Activity Centre (NAC) and the Queensland Centre for Digital Inclusion (QCDI) are looking for mentors to assist individuals from a broad range of backgrounds to improve their digital skills. All that is required is patience and an interest in current technologies. Teaching or IT experience is not required, if you can operate a smartphone and can help someone else do the same we teach you the rest.
The Queensland Schools Network Outreach Team (SNOT) works with schools in Brisbane and beyond to encourage action around Amnesty International’s human rights work. The QLD SNOT is part of a regional and national network of committed volunteers working with schools across Australia to empower young people in their human rights activism. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with young people and help them become leaders of change in both the local and global community.
Wesley Mission Queensland's Youngcare Share House at Wooloowin are currently seeking people interested in volunteering with our team to make a difference to the lives of our wonderful residents who are young adults living with high care needs.
Reclink Australia is seeking volunteers to assist facilitating sporting programs across Brisbane, Logan, Caboolture and Bundaberg regions. Programs are designed to focus on participation and engagement for people of all walks of life experiencing challenging life circumstances. Sports programs will include exercise and fitness, AFL, Touch Football, Netball, Volleyball and specific recreational programs targeted towards young people.
An opportunity to take part in the organisation and delivery of one of the largest unticketed events held each year in Brisbane on 25th April.
The Training Officer's role is primarily responsible for identifying and implementing a program to address the training needs of Brisbane Seniors Online. The officer is also responsible for developing and implementing a yearly training plan and reporting on that plan to the BSOL Management Committee and the membership at the Annual General Meeting
The YMCA Schools' Breakfast Program aims to provide children who miss out on breakfast with a free nutritious breakfast to kick start their day and a real chance in the classroom. Adult role models are needed to be breakfast mentors. The role includes volunteering as part of a team to prepare and serve breakfast (toast and cereal) to school children at Burrowes State School in Marsden.
Heart Foundation Community Speakers deliver heart health talks to community groups and workplaces. Talk topics include nutrition, active living, warning signs of heart attack, risk factors for heart disease and life after heart attack. No previous experience required. Training and resources provided. Receive on-going support from the Community Speakers' Program Coordinator. Flexible position - Assume talks as per your availability. Aim to deliver at least 3 talks per calendar year.
Supervising and working with teenagers in a workshop context - students learn about basic mechanics and furniture making. Previous experience not necessary. We thank you for your interest.
Help individual ESL students in the classroom, following teacher's instruction. We thank you for your application.
The YMCA Schools' Breakfast Program aims to provide students who miss out on breakfast with a free nutritious breakfast to kick start their day and a real chance in the classroom. Positive adult role models are needed who can role model the importance of eating a healthy breakfast. Role entails working as part of a team in preparing and serving breakfast (toast and cereal) to students at Darra SS School.
UCan2 volunteers help QPASTT workers to facilitate a life skill program for newly arrived migrant and refugee young people ages 16-25 at TAFE Colleges. The program operates once a week at each TAFE.
The YMCA Schools' Breakfast Program aims to provide students who miss out on breakfast with a free nutritious breakfast to kick start their day and a real chance in the classroom. Positive adult role models are needed who can role model the importance of eating a healthy breakfast. Role entails working as part of a team in preparing and serving breakfast (toast and cereal) to school students.
Our program helps disadvantaged youth overcome the barrier of the mandatory 100 monitored driving hours, so they can achieve their license. Our participants don’t have an adult in their life who is able to monitor their driving. They may have a parent who is physically or mentally impaired, they may be domestic violence survivors, immigrants/1st generation Australian or homeless. We are seeking driving mentors to help supervise our participants. PCYC provides the car and insurance.
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