Our friendly English Conversation Group is looking for a reliable Tutor. Do you have tutoring experience? Are you flexible, enthusiastic and have a sense of humour? Have you worked with Culturally/Linguistically Diverse Communities? The Group runs on Tuesdays from 1:30pm to 3:15pm, during school terms. If you are interested in being a part of this fun, relaxed and welcoming group, we would love to hear from you!
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Lead an informal conversation circle with adults from culturally diverse backgrounds to help them improve their reading and comprehension of the English language, in a friendly relaxed atmosphere at the Box Hill Library
We are looking for an enthusiastic, passionate and committed volunteer to co-lead our Local Partnerships team. The Local Partnerships coordinators collaborate with partnership managers to identify capacity development opportunities, facilitate strategy development for the program and support mangers through the partnership brokering and implementation phases. Additionally, the Local Partnership coordinator is responsible for the identification of future partnerships and local projects.
Connect with students and help them explore their personal and professional aspirations for the future and provide them with guidance, support and encouragement in a confidential, non-judgemental, respectful manner.
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Next Step Transition to Work program prepares adult jobseekers with disabilities to achieve their goals in gaining paid employment. We need a few volunteer training assistants (teacher’s aides) to help our keen participants with the note-taking and written components of their class activities. Encourage, motivate, share and be part of a committed team. Full staff training and supervision are provided
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Next Step Transition to Work program prepares adults with disabilities to achieve their goals in gaining paid employment. Volunteer classroom assistants (teacher’s aides) help our keen participants with some of their class activities in a fun environment. Encourage, motivate, share and be part of a committed team. Teaching qualification not required. Full staff training and supervision are provided
The Volunteer Tutor Scheme assists newly arrived refugees and migrants by providing 1-2 hours per week of support with a tutor to learn English and help them settle into Australian life. We operate across all of Melbourne and would love to have you with us!
An exciting opportunity exists for anyone with a genuine interest in working with people with a range of abilities. MOIRA is looking for people who are responsible, enthusiastic and fun to assist their outreach program clients.
The Volunteer Coordinator will recruit, manage and support suitable people and their dog to become Story Dogs volunteers.
Your role is to care for preschool aged children while their parents attend class and learn English. By helping mind the children you give an adult, with child care responsibilities, the opportunity to study English. You will also introduce English language skills to pre-school aged children. The Language for Life program supports learners with pre- school aged children to learn English.
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