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1045 volunteer opportunities in Australia found.

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Volunteer Driver

  • Location: Port Augusta SA
  • Category: Family Services

Looking for people 18 years and over and from diverse backgrounds to share their time, experience and skills with children in out-of-home care. By volunteering with Child Protection, you will be helping provide a safe, supportive environment where children and young people can thrive. There are many ways of volunteering, these may include, but are not limited to, driving a child to family visits, helping with homework or hobbies, or assisting with events.

Homework Club Tutor

  • Location: Southport QLD
  • Category: Migrant Services

Do you have mentoring skills. Are you able to work with migrant/refugee primary school aged children. If so this may be the role for you. Requirements- Assisting Primary or High School children with their homework. Must be patient and empathetic towards children attempting to integrate. Must have the necessary educational, training and mentoring skills experience for this role. Hours; 1 day per week. Primary - Monday 3pm-5pm High School Tuesday/Thursday 3pm - 5 pm

Study Support (Homework Club) Volunteers

  • Location: Kensington VIC
  • Category: Education & Training

Want to make a difference in a child's life? Help us provide weekly support with homework tasks, literacy, numeracy and study skills for children from Prep to Year 10. We are seeking both general tutors and subject specialists (English, Maths, Sciences). Commitment of 2 hours per week. Monday or Wednesday evenings 5.30pm - 7.30pm. Training provided.

TRAINING ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT

  • Location: Brisbane City QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

Volunteering Queensland is a not for profit Organisation. We are the Peak Body for Volunteering. If you are looking for an opportunity to utilise and strengthen your administration skills and learn about the administration of a Training Organisation, this volunteering opportunity will be well suited to you. As a Registered Training Organisation, Volunteering Queensland provides accredited training to students across Queensland schools through a Certificate I, II and III in Active Volunteering.

In-home Parent and Child Support

  • Location: Glen Waverley VIC
  • Category: Family Services

Are you a mature, capable person with broad life experience who could provide a supportive role for families experiencing additional challenges? We require compassionate and empathic people, preferably with previous parenting experience, who can support and assist vulnerable families with young children by building a relationship with family members and providing practical and emotional support

Home Tutor Scheme (AMEP)

  • Location: Launceston TAS
  • Category: Migrant Services

Do you have a high degree of English language proficiency and a good understanding of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds? Would you would like to become a volunteer Home Tutor on the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), giving one or two hours per week to help our AMEP clients to improve their English skills? If so - we would love to hear from you!

iPhone/iPad/Android Tutor (Mature-Age)

  • Location: Australia Fair QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

A mature-age volunteer is required to share their wealth of knowledge with other like minded members. One on One or class group knowledge can be shared and tutored. A high level of skill using the iPhone, iPad and Android systems is required to assist our mature age students in becoming familiar with their electronic devices.

Refugee Home and Community Support Volunteer - Albury

  • Location: Albury NSW
  • Category: Migrant Services

Volunteers play an important role in the success of the Humanitarian Settlement Program as it seeks to achieve key outcomes such as increased social cohesion, community connectedness, and positive settlement experience for refugees. Volunteer participation in this program will mean refugees get the extra support they need to successfully settle in the community and build confidence as they start their new lives in Australia.