LITERACY SUPPORT Can you assist/support English as a Second Language Students? You will need • Effective communication skills • Sensitivity, patience and respect toward students • Explain the meaning of words during classes • Assist students with written work MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY 1-4HRS 4 PEOPLE REQUIRED Working with the teacher closely and a booklet. Working with Children’s Check required BSSC
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Home work clubs Volunteers wanted, helping children and woman from new migrant communities
Teach Tibetans to Drive using a vehicle provided by and insured by us. Help enable the Tibetan community to get their Driving Licence and allow them to drive to work and schools and social events.
We are small, new school, looking for someone to help with building maintenance. We have a list of small jobs of things to be repaired. Ideally the position would be on-going, approximately once a week or fortnight, otherwise we would be happy to accept somebody coming just once.
Do you like organizing things? In touch with your inner child? Always wanted an excuse to play with toys? Love a good label maker? Yes? Then we've got the job for you! No? Well we've still got things for you. There are stickers!
Visiting refugee families in their home and/or weekly calls for an hour. Tutors need no qualifications, experience or special skills. We are looking for people who want to know that they can make a difference to a family and to a person’s future. St Vincent de Paul will assist you to get a Blue Card and also run a police checks.
Newly established homework help program for newly arrived migrant and refugee students aged 12-18 attending Beverly Hills Girls High School.
Life Education SA are creating a committee of volunteers to support fundraising events and activities.
House To Grow is holding the 2018 Sydney ‘Colouring Dreams’ 3 Kilometre Walk on 19 August 2018 in Cabarita Park. We are looking for friendly, enthusiastic volunteers to join our team. Volunteers will be assigned to different tasks such as: welcoming participants and checking tickets, supervising children during activities, helping to serve lunch and lining the trail walk to direct participants.
This position is about supporting the school's Canteen Manager. The role would include taking orders from students in the morning before school, helping the Canteen Manager prepare lunches, serving students at recess and lunch breaks. Food preparation skills whilst desireable are not essential.
The volunteer tutor provides educational support after school hours to students from migrant and refugee backgrounds who attend local secondary schools in City of Whittlesea. Whittlesea Community Connections is a Child Safe organisation and all volunteers will be required to under go a Working with Children Check and a National Police Check.
We are seeking volunteers with a genuine interest in supporting the Homework Club. Its aim is to provide students in Yr 9-12 with a supportive environment to enhance academic achievement and an opportunity to build social connections with their peers from both CALD and English speaking backgrounds.
If you have an interest in numeracy/literacy, enthusiasm, patience to support independence and work place entry- we have a volunteer opportunity for you.
Volunteer Tutor to support early years students to listen to and read one-on-one with Year's prep, one and two students to practice their letters, frequently used words and writing through a variety of games and activities organised by the coordinator.
If you able to support refugee students with their homework in our new Homework Club, please give us a call! A position description will be provided. The Homework Club will run from the Corio Library during school term dates.
If you are able to support refugee students with their homework in our new Homework Club, please give us a call! Volunteers can provide literacy support to students from a refugee background in Grades 6 to 8. Training is provided for Volunteers Tutors prior to undertaking their roles.
Tutor required to lead retired men and women in exploring new fields of interest. no experience required.
The LINC's Adult and Family Literacy Program is all about helping adults and families improve their everyday literacy skills.
This is a volunteering position with a difference. A great opportunity to contribute to the education of medical students during their training.
Our Front Desk Volunteers are the face of the Rushworth Community House to the general public. If you want to help people, like talking to the public
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