Tutors are needed to support an after-school tutoring program aimed at improving the academic and social development of students in years 3 to 6.
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Would you like to help adult migrants and refugees better integrate into your community? Then become a Volunteer English Tutor as part of TAFE NSW’s Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP).
Orange Sky Laundry is seeking motivated and passionate people to become general volunteers with Orange Sky for our service that runs in Cranbourne. If you're organised, have 3-4 hours spare time each week or fortnight, are great with people and have a genuine passion for helping others, this could be the perfect role for you!
Orange Sky Australia is seeking a passionate person to help manage our laundry service in South Australia Northern Districts (SAND) region. If you're super organised, smart with technology, great with people and have a genuine passion to help others, this could be the role for you!
Orange Sky Laundry is seeking motivated and passionate person to become a Co-ordinator for our newest project called Social Impact Washing. If you're organised, got 5-10 hours spare time each week, great with people and have a genuine passion for helping others, this could be the perfect role for you!
We are seeking a reliable and passionate volunteer to undertake sleepover shifts within a residential service for unaccompanied men aged 25 years and over with a mental illness or that may have experienced homelessness. This position is a minimal oversight role. Accommodation is provided.
The Volunteer Learning Club Facilitator assists in the administration of the Learning Club through the coordination and ongoing support of volunteer tutors and participants, and by liaising with key stakeholders to ensure students are well supported in their educational and personal development
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!
Wintringham requires a volunteer to take some of our East Bentleigh clients out in a minibus for outings.
Wintringham is seeking volunteers to spend time with socially isolated ladies and gentlemen who reside at our Dandenong site. We are also looking for male carers who speak Polish or Hungarian.
Wintringham's Avondale Heights site requires a piano teacher to teach two residents.
We require patient visitors to spend time with clients who come from a financially disadvantaged background and are socially isolated The volunteers would have to be non- judgemental and have some experience with people who have a history of homelessness.
Engagement Champions are Chapter Volunteers that have been charged with an extra responsibility to drive homeless participation in their relevant region. Engagement Champions are required to attend at least one session per week, with a strong preference to attend two or three where possible. This is due to the criticalness of homeless participants being able to recognise the person who they met with initially to the program.
Run Champions are Chapter Volunteers that have been charged with an extra responsibility to assist in coordinating the running/exercise training sessions in conjunction with the Chapter Coordinator. A Chapter may have multiple Run Champions – all of whom assist with functions relating to the actual training undertaken at the Chapter.
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.
Chapter Volunteers are the heart of our Chapters. At each session, Chapter Volunteers will embark on the session side-by-side with the participants, supporting them through the run or walk and engaging in positive dialogue. There is no homelessness at our Chapters – the volunteers and the participants wear the same uniform and everyone is afforded the same respect.
Orange Sky Australia is seeking motivated and passionate people to become general volunteers with Orange Sky for our Darwin service to be launched in June 2018. If you're organised, got 3-4 hours spare time each week or fortnight, great with people and had a genuine passion for helping others, this could be the perfect role for you!
Orange Sky Australia is seeking a motivated and passionate person to manage our mobile laundry/shower service in Darwin to be launched in June 2018. If you're super organised, got some spare time, great with people and have a genuine passion to help others, this could be the perfect role for you!
Oasis College is an independent school for young people looking to continue and complete year 11 and 12. The college is aimed at students who may benefit from a more individual learning experience; an experience which differs from mainstream schools. We are looking for a team of Volunteer Teacher Aids to assist students achieve their learning goals. If you have previous teaching experience, we'd love to hear from you.
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