Can you help a migrant or refugee improve their English and understand day to day tasks and instructions in English? You'll need to have patience and resilience, as well as some computing skills. LCMS
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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!
Have you always wanted to work with children? Do you love supporting a young child’s education and watching them learn and grow? Do you want to gain some further skills before commencing employment? Then why not volunteer as a kindergarten assistant?
The SSI Community Kitchen offers a space for guests to share a meal and experience multicultural Australia, have fun meeting new people, practice English and participate in music and sporting activities. The Community Kitchen also provides access specialist service providers, information and skills development. The Kitchen Team Leader will lead a team of volunteers to ensure that the guests are provided with an excellent dining experience.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. Upon arrival, the HSP team provides essential support and information to assist and empower refugees to gain independence and build strong connections. Community Support Assistants build on the case management support offered to clients by offering language support, guiding access to local services, support with life skills, community linkages and building social networks.
The Humanitarian Settlement Services (HSP) Orientation Program delivers Life Skills workshops to clients that assist in developing critical skills and knowledge that support families to live independently in Australia. The Creche Assistant works to offer a safe and caring environment for children aged 0-12 years while their parent/carer takes part in learning or program activities. Parents are usually within close proximity to their child.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. Upon arrival, the HSP team provides essential support and information to assist and empower refugees to gain independence and build strong community connections. Community Support Assistants build on the case management support offered to clients of HSP by guiding access to local services, support with life skills development, local community linkages and building social networks.
Assisting students in Rockingham, Safety Bay, Port Kennedy, Cooloongup, Golden Bay, Warnbro, Baldivis and Singleton schools providing mentoring, classroom or learning support that transforms young lives and academic outcomes.
New school seeks Board members who can help govern the major financial decisions and strategic direction of the school and ensure our compliance with government and related industry regulations and requirements. Building/planning/property management; law; marketing/fundraising; business experience preferred.
This volunteer role involves assisting children 5 to 12 years, with activities and listening to them read stories. The role is based at Summer Hill Public School.
Implement Ardoch's Deakin University developed Literacy & STEM programs to support child learning in our partner Early Years Centres.
Workplace volunteering involves mentor students during supporting programs such as Speed Careers and Mock Interviews.
We are recruiting volunteers to support teachers in the classroom to implement a Robotics program.
Would you like to share your passion for teaching? We are looking for passionate people to assist vulnerable people seeking asylum through our English Classes program. We work collectively with volunteers and aim to ensure that the people we support feel safe and have as many opportunities for health, happiness and success as possible.
Do you enjoy gardening? Garden Project Volunteers will play an important role in providing structure and energy to weekly planning and gardening sessions, and will work closely with other volunteers and a nominated staff member to assist in the development of a program that can be sustained long-term.
Are you committed to supporting and improving the lives of people seeking asylum in Australia? Team Members will assist the recreation program for the Asylum Seeker Women’s Group.
Do you have an interest in food and cooking? This is a fantastic opportunity for people who enjoy cooking, to prepare a delicious meal for people who attend the Women's Group program.
Do you have a passion for working with young children and their families? We are looking for passionate people to assist vulnerable people seeking asylum through our Children's Activity Group program. We work collectively with volunteers and aim to ensure that the people we support feel safe and have as many opportunities for health, happiness and success as possible.
Do you love teaching? Would you like to spend your spare time providing one on one support to people seeking asylum through our Preparation for Work Program? We work collectively with volunteers and aim to ensure that the people we support feel safe and have as many opportunities for health, happiness and success as possible.
The position of committee member is taken on by a person who is prepared to make a serious commitment to participate actively in committee work in a voluntary capacity and is an integral part of the working committee of any organisation. Possible opportunity to sit on sub committee(s) which would meet outside these hours. A short term commitment to support the centre through its change management processes is available if preferred.
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