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Peer Educators needed for the for the Moving Right Along Project. We are seeking people aged 50 years and over to present information sessions to local community groups.
Peer Educators needed for the for the Moving Right Along Project. We are seeking people aged 50 years and over to present information sessions to groups in their local community.
Calling all "kid at heart" adults! Do you like to see children getting a kick out of the enjoyment toys bring to them? Noah's Ark Community Toy Library operates just like a book library but with toys. Enabling children to loan a variety of toys and return them by a specified date. Help is need to maintain the display of toys, booking loans out and answering enquiries.
Flinders University and TAFE SA students wanted for mentoring young people.
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.
The Australian Army Cadets is looking for energetic and enthusiatic people with management and leadership skills who have a keen interest in working with Young People (teenagers).
Assisting community members to learn to read and write. No formal qualifications are required - just a willingness to share your skills.
To provide one-on-one learning and coaching in a classroom situation
RESULTS is looking for team members to lead action on global justice issues during critical moments. You will work with other volunteers to lead actions in communities, engage decision makers, raise awareness of important issues, and execute creative tactics to win media attention.
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