Get involved and volunteer! Banyule Youth Service's YouthFest is made for and run by young people, and there are so many ways to get involved in 2018! There are loads of opportunities to get involved and build on that real world experience and skill development. YouthFest 2018 will take place on SUNDAY 16 SEPTEMBER, 12-5pm at MACLEOD PARK, MACLEOD.
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Do you want to help plan, organise and stage live music events and parties in Port Phillip? Port Phillip Youth Services is looking for two enthusiastic volunteers interested in joining FReeZA’s Unsigned Youth Committee to help organise and deliver live music, parties and other cultural, recreational and artist events that are drug, alcohol and smoke free.
WE ARE LISTENING AND NOW IS THE TIME FOR ACTION! The Youth Advisory Committee is a forum for passionate young people who want to make a difference in their community, be influential in local government decision making, and represent young people in Port Phillip. Open to young people between ages of 16 - 22!
Life Education SA are creating a committee of volunteers to support fundraising events and activities.
The volunteer early years activity worker and crèche worker would work alongside the Early Years Practitioner to assist her in running the Centre’s supported playgroups and crèche facilities.
Volunteers are currently being sought for a range of different roles to support Grafton Midnight Basketball.
There are hundreds of children taking part in Scouting activities every day and they need adult volunteer support to guide them along their way. Scouts NSW is an inclusive organisation that provides life skills and healthy outdoor activities for young people aged between 6-25 years. Section Leaders are provided with training in a variety of skills related to working with young people.
Working as part of a team of volunteers, you will provide customer service and sales assistance at the Noffs Opportunity Shop. Day-to-day tasks can include; advising customers of pricing, entering all takings in to the cash register, clothes and goods sorting, and ensuring the facility is clean and tidy.
SENSE is a program run by young people (18-35), for young people, to create a vibrant community and support network where teenagers feel safe and valued. The program is designed to be fun, encouraging and based around building resilience through positive friendships and mentoring.
St Vincent de Paul Youth Northern team is looking for Buddies Day Leaders aged between 16 - 35, who are enthusiastic and energetic and live in the local Gympie area. Must be able to commit to one Saturday a month and meet one afternoon per month.
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