Brunswick Neighbourhood House is a Not for Profit Organisation that provides educational and social opportunities through classes, programs and events. We are seeking three (3) volunteers to assist in English language one on one sessions. The sessions are for beginners who have just completed a short course to help them maintain their skills. There will be a focus on practising conversation, reading and some simple writing tasks to students from different culture backgrounds.
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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
The Technology Platforms Coordinator is responsible for enhancing the technology platforms used by the Region. This is achieved through working with all members of the region to find areas of improvement that can help the broader community. By improving our technology platforms, the Technology Platforms Coordinator will help to improve EWB’s processes.
Excellent opportunity for someone who is well versed in social media to assist a passionate NFP organization to improve outcomes for Aboriginal families.
If you are interested in assisting Aboriginal families and keeping the work place clean and tidy, this could be the perfect role for you.
Implement Ardoch's Deakin University developed Literacy & STEM programs to support child learning in our partner Early Years Centres.
Are you able to spare an hour each week to visit a newly arrived refugee or migrant, and help them to learn English and to settle into Australian life? Our students are often unable to attend classes due to illness, isolation or caring responsibilities, or may need support in their homework as they are struggling in class. Melbourne AMEP is currently seeking volunteers. Free training and support are provided, beginning in August
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!
Take your dog into a local school on the same morning each week for approx 2 hours during school terms. You will see a total of 4 or 5 children. Each child will come out of their classroom and sit with you and your dog for approx 20 minutes. You must be able to commit for at least 2 school terms or more.
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.
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