We are currently looking for extraordinary community volunteers from all walks of life to work in secondary schools across the western region. Just be fabulous.
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Tutors are required for two of Yalari's students who are commencing Year 7 at St Catherine's School in Melbourne. You will be tutoring Indigenous children from regional, rural at remote communities. The role of a Yalari tutor is very important as it offers another level of support to children who are studying away from home; away from their friends and family.
Volunteer required to assist Year 11 student in our tutor group on a Thursday with her accounting homework at Bendigo Senior Secondary College.
LITERACY SUPPORT Can you assist/support English as a Second Language Students? You will need • Effective communication skills • Sensitivity, patience and respect toward students • Explain the meaning of words during classes • Assist students with written work MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY 1-4HRS 4 PEOPLE REQUIRED Working with the teacher closely and a booklet. Working with Children’s Check required BSSC
We are seeking enthusiastic and reliable Volunteer Tutors who are able to engage young people to assist them with their Homework (in particular, Maths/Science) and/or facilitate educational games with Primary School Aged Children. The Homework Program runs on Thursdays from 6.00pm - 7.30pm, during school terms. A regular commitment of at least 2 terms (6 months) is required.
Working across the Shire of Yarra Ranges, Inspiro is a passionate, local, not-for-profit community health organisation. We have a volunteer vacancy for a dedicated, committed individual to assist with the Interlink Program. The Interlink Program provides a structured activity program for adults with an Intellectual disability.
Would you like to make a difference in your community, and support a learner towards achieving goals? Glen Park Community Centre - in collaboration with Arrabri Community House and Central Ringwood Community Centre - is seeking applications from Volunteers who would like to develop their leadership skills, and provide support to learners during their learning pathway journey. Volunteers would work with a learner for approximately 1-2 hours per week and would also need to participate in training.
To assist in the Community Shed whilst adhering to the centres mission and vision statements. All volunteers are required to undergo a Working With Children's Check. After registration there will be an interview, induction/trial then a probationary period of one (1) month.
TUTOR GROUP Can you assist a year 11 & 12 students with their homework? You will need to have patience to help & teach. No training, but afternoon tea is provided each week. Working with Children’s Check required
We are seeking volunteer tutors to assist students from refugee background in Yr 9 and 10. Tutor will assist student to engage in activities which will provide a rewarding opportunity and terrific volunteer experience within the Refugee Settlement and Education Sectors.
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.
Do you have 2-4 hours per week to help out in a local school? Would you enjoy working with young students to prepare meals? Are you good at making lunches? Or do you simply enjoy being in the kitchen? We are looking for committed, reliable volunteers to help teachers and students in the kitchen at a local school.
Do you have 1-2 hours per week to help out in a local school? Do you have a green thumb? Are you able to take care of plants? Or do you simply enjoy being outdoors in the garden? We are looking for committed, reliable volunteers to help maintain the school gardens at a local school.
Do you have 1 hour per week to help out in a local school? Do you have a green thumb or do you simply enjoy being outdoors in the garden? We are looking for committed, reliable volunteers to help maintain the school gardens at a local school.
We are looking for a volunteer tutor to who can respond to students needs and teach them how to use their computer and device. The right candidate(s) will have a good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and a working knowledge of either iPhone or Android devices.
We are seeking a volunteer with qualification(s) and interest in supporting our homework club participants. This role calls for one to one support to enable a 9 year old to participate in the Homework Club Program. It will suit a volunteer who is familiar with autism in the education settings. We are flexible in terms of the level of commitment, ideally weekly, but potentially fortnightly.
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.
Brunswick Neighbourhood House is looking for a volunteer aide for its Inclusive Arts and Craft Program on Monday afternoons and its Drawing and Painting Class on Wednesdays. The volunteer aide would provide assistance to some of the participants who have physical/intellectual disabilities. This assistance would revolve around providing artistic one-on-one help.
Help people practice their English conversation skills and build new friendships along the way.
Everybody needs somebody to talk to... This is a wonderful opportunity to make a huge difference in a young mum's life. We are seeking people who have a couple of hours a week, a positive outlook and a genuinely compassionate interest in young people. Your skills and life experience can make a real difference to a young mum in your local community.
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