Morley Community Care (MCC) needs the services of a volunteer Research Assistant to find statistical information on social issues and the ‘pain points’ experienced by organisations that work with children and seniors. The data will be used to create a fund raising and recruitment video.
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Are you interested in supporting young students with those life enriching arts and craft skills. As a support for the teaching staff you will be introducing the students to a range of skills outside their core reading, writing and maths. Bring along whatever you have a passion or interest in that will add to the richness of experiences and education we want to provide to our students. You will be fully supported by the School Chaplain/Counsellor and staff
Bookworms - We. Need. You. Caring and patient reading mentors are required to assist primary school aged students with reading. You will be fully supported by the School Chaplain/Counsellor and staff
Strawberry Hill is the oldest farm in WA, established even before the Swan River Colony. A significant National Trust property, today it comprises of the home, cottages and extensive gardens.
The SAIL Program is seeking knowledgeable volunteers to tutor our students and build positive relationships centred on a value of education. Our program is a completely volunteer-run organisation which provides free tutoring, mentoring and community services to the Sudanese Australian refugee community. We are a child safe organisation, committed to excellence in volunteerism, and the safety and well-being of children. All applications welcome. Please check our program requirements.
Assist the canteen manager with preparation and serving of canteen meals and snacks for the Primary School Kids.
The School of Medicine is looking for Volunteer Patients for their upcoming exams. The role of the simulated patient is to present as a 'patient' to the students during their clinical examinations. By helping these students you will in turn be helping train the next generation of doctors.
Are you a tech savvy individual who would like to help others in the community develop their technology skills? If yes, then the Melville Digital Hub needs your help! We are seeking volunteers to deliver one-on-one training for the Melville Digital Hub, based at the City of Melville’s libraries.
Farm to Food offers activities that help everyone learn where our food comes from. The activities are designed for 5 to 12 year olds and volunteers will need to assist and interact with the children and maybe their parents. It is busy but fun and you learn a lot as well. If you enjoy talking to people, love learning join us at the IGA Perth Royal Show to assist at Farm to Food. We need people to help in either the morning or the afternoon from 8.45am - 1.30pm or 1.30pm to 6.00pm.
Get down and dirty as a Discover Dirt volunteer at the 2018 IGA Perth Royal Show. Help kids learn about the importance of healthy soil, including fun facts about the role of soil in our environment. Watch them have fun whilst doing activities. If you enjoy talking to people, enjoy learning join us at the IGA Perth Royal Show to assist in Discover Dirt. We need people to help in either the morning or the afternoon from 8.45 to 1.30pm or 1.30 - 6.00pm.
BrazRoos Football Club has grown from humble beginnings 2 years ago to over 200 members this year. The clubs primary base is at Dorothy and Charlie Coote Reserve in Madora Bay with training facilities in Halls Head and Lakelands. BrazRoos FC are a junior club with age groups ranging from 2 to 13 years of age.
The St John Ambulance First Aid Awareness Officer volunteer position aims to make first aid part of every Western Australians life, by delivering a range of first aid awareness programs and encouraging the public to become adequately trained to deliver first aid.
Do you have experience in an early childhood education setting ? Do you require experience in an education setting ? Join us in our mission to make first-aid part of every Western Australian child's life. You will have the opportunity to enrich children's lives and connect with the local community.
Have you had experience or currently studying to be a youth worker? We are looking for volunteers who can assist PCYC staff in various activities involving youth. If you have the passion and the time, we have some wonderful activities we need your help with.
Are you wanting to volunteer by helping children from 7 to 12 years of age? We are looking for volunteers who can assist us with our Joey Rangers activities. This is a fun and interactive program. If you have had experience with primary school children or Scouts and or Girl Guides, perhaps you are currently studying Community Services or just have the energy to assist this wonderful program...then we would like to hear from you!
We are looking for new members to join our iPad teaching team. Must be willing to learn and then teach other seniors how to effectively use their iPad's. If you already know how to use an iPad then be willing to fit into our tried and true systems of teaching.
Assisting Group Leader during various activities by supervising the participants. Following directions and guidelines outlined by Group Leader, preparing materials and setting the environment for the activities and packing away, encouraging clients to interact with one another and to participate in activities. Building rapport with staff and clients. Working in accordance with Autism West policies and procedures. At times if required providing transport to outings for clients.
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.
Skills and Development Champions are Chapter Volunteers that have been charged with an extra responsibility to assist in providing local training and development opportunities for homeless participants. These opportunities may include but are not limited to work experience opportunities, volunteer positions, up skilling sessions and internal volunteer roles. All of these opportunities are aimed at improving the employability of participants and facilitating personal development.
Chapter Coordinators are the leaders of their assigned Chapter – coordinating the tasks required to run the Chapter, whilst reporting all outcomes and updates to the Chapter Manager. A Chapter Coordinator should look to delegate roles and responsibilities rather than assume all of the tasks themselves. It is the job of the Chapter Coordinator to make sure everything runs smoothly and targets/outcomes are met.
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