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40 Education & Training volunteer opportunities in Brisbane City found

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Christmas Creek Biodiversity Restoration

  • Location: Morningside QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Join CVA as we partner with members of Lamington Landcare Group to remove weeds growing along the upper reaches of Christmas Creek and its tributaries and plant native species to re-generate this region. By carrying out this work we envisage an increase in the abundance and spread of native plants which will create more suitable habitat for animal species.

Ready Reading Volunteer

  • Location: Queensland QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

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.

Digital Mentor - Throughout Queensland

  • Location: Brisbane City QLD, Wynnum QLD, Logan Central QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

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.

Director

  • Location: Brisbane City QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Carbon Out is an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to the removal of CO2 from the atmosphere through the use of algae! Algae actually absorbs carbon more efficiently than trees do! Plus, there are so many beneficial uses for algae it is crazy; treating malnutrition, feeding to the krill to replenish fish stocks, mitigating methane emissions released from cows and is a very useful source of fuel as it is compatible with our current petrol-based engines.

Science & Innovation for Toddlers

  • Location: Logan Central QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

Are you passionate about volunteering with young people? Do you enjoy helping people in your local community? Then, we have a great volunteering opportunity for you! As the needs of our clients grow and our programs expand, we are looking for volunteers to help in a newly developed program aimed at providing an interactive science experience for young children.

Mentor/Supervisor- Learner Driver Program - Brisbane

  • Location: Milton QLD
  • Category: Indigenous Australians

Help our Indigenous Boarding students to obtain their license by being a supervising driver while they gain their 100 mandatory Log book hours. Yalari has joined with PCYC to assist their students in obtaining their licence. Vehicles and training are provided by PCYC through the Breaking the Cycle Program. Training provided, 1 -2 hours per week over 12 months during school terms only.

Marine debris volunteers wanted

  • Location: Morningside QLD
  • Category: Other

Come and join the team at Shelly, Moffat and Dicky Beach for marine debris collection to prevent harmful materials such as rope, nets and plastics from being washed into the ocean and consumed by/entangling our marine life. All debris that is collected from these activities will be recorded and the data will be provided to the Tangaroa Blue Foundation for analysis, a national database on marine debris which helps to identify source polluters.

National Local Partnerships Coordinator

  • Location: Queensland QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Engineers Without Borders partners with community organisations all over the country to pursue sustainable social change, put engineering knowledge to use in the community and make engineering knowledge available to everyone. The National Coordinator is in charge of the strategy we pursue with the Local Partnerships and helps the various state chapters and teams collaborate to achieve that strategy.

Actor - experimental/interactive/virtual theatre - QCDI

  • Location: Nundah QLD
  • Category: Community Services

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.

Digital Skills Mentor - QCDI

  • Location: Nundah QLD
  • Category: Community Services

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.

Queensland Schools Network Outreach Team Member

  • Location: Newstead QLD
  • Category: Other

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.