Found 203 Tutoring and Mentoring volunteering opportunities in Perth City

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    Autism West - Group Leader Assistant

    If you are passionate about enhancing the lives of young people with autism, then this is the job for you! Using a strengths-based approach you will assist the Autism West Group Leader to support young individuals with autism who attend our various social groups throughout the year.

    Id:90790
    Family Support
    Short Term
    Mosman Park, WA
  2. Fishability Program Volunteer

    Fishability, a not for profit organisation that provides an opportunity for people with disabilities to participate in recreational fishing, is calling for volunteers. Fishing activities are now being conducted throughout the Perth metropolitan area at numerous jetty locations and from our vessel on the Swan River.

    Id:6886
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Woodvale, WA
  3. Kids’ Camps Camp Leader

    Kids’ Camps provides fun-filled, affordable recreation and respite camps for children with diverse needs and their families. Volunteers are sought for camps in school holidays, other holiday camps and for weekends during school term. Camp Programs are 2, 4 and 6 day camp programs throughout the year.

    Id:6947
    Disability Services
    Short Term
    Balcatta, WA
  4. Refugee child mentor - Commencing February 2017

    Mercy Connect engages trained volunteers, with an educational background, to provide additional support and mentoring to asylum seeker, refugee, humanitarian visa students at a critical time in their settlement in Australia. Families from asylum seeker, refugee and/or humanitarian backgrounds are supported through improving their children’s capacity to negotiate the challenges of mainstream schooling and integrate into the wider Australian community.

    Id:88983
    Education
    Long Term
    Langford, WA
  5. Police Rangers Instructor

    Kensington PCYC's aim is to create opportunities for young people in the community. We do this through the development and implementation of recreational and diversionary activities and programs, including the introduction of the Police Rangers Program. The program is open to all high-school aged young people. Wanting to be a Police Officer isn't a requirement of joining, but wanting to have fun is. To be able to offer this program we need an instructor, that's where you come in!

    Id:94756
    Young People
    Long Term
    Kensington, WA
  6. Small Motor Club Volunteer

    Established in Western Australia in 1941, The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (WA PCYC) is a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for young people through the delivery of two broad youth services: development (intervention) programs and recreational activities. We manage in excess of 50 PCYC Centres and Blue Light Units throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia, as well as one camp facility.

    Id:94757
    Young People
    Long Term
    Midland, WA
  7. Kindy Gym Volunteer

    Established in Western Australia in 1941, The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (WA PCYC) is a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for young people through the delivery of two broad youth services: development (intervention) programs and recreational activities. We manage in excess of 50 PCYC Centres and Blue Light Units throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia, as well as one camp facility.

    Id:94760
    Young People
    Long Term
    Midland, WA
  8. Homework Support Worker

    Seeking volunteers to assist with students in need of support from kindi to Year 6 on their homework at the South Lake Primary School through the work-n-it program during school term.

    Id:94608
    Young People
    Long Term
    South Lake, WA
  9. Mentor- Primary or Secondary School

    Have a positive impact on the life of a student by mentoring in a local school. You can be the person who has the qualities to make that difference. By using your life experiences, patience and empathy, you can support and encourage a young person to achieve their full potential. Mentoring takes place on a 1:1 basis for a minimum of one term (10 weeks, one hour per week).

    Id:7174
    Education
    Long Term
    Melville, WA
  10. One on one tutor

    Teach adults on a one to one basis to help improve skills in reading and writing. No formal qualifications needed to be accepted into the program, good people skills and empathy are more important.tutors need to have completed year

    Id:4142
    Education
    Long Term
    Northbridge, WA