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Barista trainers work directly with young people in our Hospitality Training Program. You will be running a small coffee cart whilst providing hands-on training to participants who are at-risk of or experiencing homelessness.
COTA Victoria is looking for a creative, dynamic, resourceful and positive Marketing and Communications Assistant (Volunteer)
The position is responsible for the support of an eligible person to redress an infringement offence by undertaking approved activities instead of paying the infringement penalty.
Do you want to make a difference to a young person? Raise Foundation improves the lives of young people facing profound challenges through our program in high schools. You just need 2 spare hours a week during Term 2 and Term 3 (2019). Join the Raise village today and help us reach our goal of supporting 1,000 young people in 2019.
An organisation providing accommodation and support services to women and children who have experienced domestic/family violence requires volunteers in a number of roles.
Global Ideas is seeking an experienced and motivated individual with excellent professional networks to join our Board of Directors. The successful candidate will have the chance to contribute to the development of a unique organisation at the forefront of education for global health action.
Global Ideas is seeking a motivated individual experienced in digital and social media management to join our Executive Team. The successful candidate will have the chance to contribute to the development of a unique organisation at the forefront of education for global health action.
Driving volunteers assist with driving the training Seeing Eye Dogs from their carers home (can be in various suburbs surrounding Melbourne) to the Seeing Eye Dogs Training Centre in Kensington at 7am-8.30am and drop them back off at their carers home at 4.30-6pm, Monday to Friday. (*Prefer someone who is available 1 day, Mon to Friday for the whole day or Morning/Night)
We are looking for a tech and media savvy individual with an established list of national media contacts or a willingness to develop one. You will have a passion and drive to increase public awareness for sustainability, social justice, technological innovation and the transition to a better world, and enjoy the prospect of supporting a great cause and gaining meaningful work experience.
Transitions Film Festival returns this February with another line up of films aimed at inspiring a better world. If you have skills, passion and purpose and want to make a dent in the universe, fill in the expression of interest form on our Volunteer Page and tell us more about yourself!
The festival marketing and community outreach officer(s) will be responsible for maximizing online exposure for the festival and increasing ticket sales and audience attendance. You will be blowing the trumpet, waving the flag and ensuring that as many people know about the festival as possible.
The Marketing Officer will be responsible for maximizing the Transitions Film Festival audience engagement and activation by assisting with digital communications, outreach and e-newsletters.
Transitions Film Festival returns to Melbourne Feb 21 - March 8 at Cinema Nova in Carlton, with side events at Loop Project Space and Bar and The Brunswick Mechanics Institute. We are looking for 'on the ground' events assistants. Tasks may include: Guest hospitality, door list management and ushering or photography.
We are on the hunt for a talented Social Media officer who can help increase engagement across all social channels. You will primarily be the festival's online 'social butterfly' commenting, liking, questioning and inviting - you will build, activate and inspire a community of passionate and dedicated change makers.
Transitions Film Festival takes place Feb 21 - March 8 at Cinema Nova, Loop Project Space and Bar and The Mechanics Institute in Brunswick. We are looking for 'on the ground' events assistants. Tasks may include general light duties such as: Guest hospitality, door list management and ushering or photography.
YoungLions Advocacy and Advocacy Program (YAAP) is a unique voluntary program for young people (16-24) who are passionate about social change and getting young people’s voices heard. The goal of YAAP is for young people to develop leadership and advocacy skills and create social connections between a diverse group of young people. The program offers great opportunities for those interested in peer support; youth work and social action.
Do you love events and have an interest in health, peer support and the transplant community? Can you think big picture but are also happy to take care of the small stuff? Do you lead from the front? HLTTV is seeking an Events Officer to take charge of coordinating and running our events. This opportunity is both a hand-on events management tole and a leadership position, responsible for designing and delivering a program of events to meet the needs of HLTTV and the transplant community.
FIA Conference 2019 is an integral part of Fundraising Institute Australia's annual professional development education program. It is Australia's premier fundraising conference. The event will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from Tuesday 26 - Friday 1 March 2019.
Are you aged between 18-24 and live, study, work or visit the City of Melbourne? If you are interested in having a say in issues affecting young people don't miss the opportunity to apply to be a member of our Youth Action Group.
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