Found 8 Micro Volunteering volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Marine Debris Beach Clean-Up in the Wet Tropics - Port Douglas

    What: Marine Debris Collection, Sorting & Recording When: Saturday, 21st January 8am—3pm Where: Meet at 38 Hayward St, Mooroobool by 8am for transport to site OR meet us at Bruno Riedwig Park in Port Douglas at 9am Who: YOU! Why: Currently 18,000 pieces of plastic are estimated to float in every square kilometre of ocean, and 276 species worldwide are impacted by marine debris! Help us reduce this impact by helping to conduct one of our monthly marine debris surveys in Port Douglas

    Environment & Conservation
    Micro Volunteering
    Mooroobool, QLD
  2. Bush Regenerators

    Are you interested in conservation and protecting the environment? Be a part of an environmental project to restore and protect the critically endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland.

    Environment & Conservation
    Micro Volunteering
    Penrith, NSW
  3. Gardener

    We are looking for a volunteer gardener for our college campus to assist our groundsman. Role involves establishing gardens, constructing beds, weeding and general garden maintenance.

    Indigenous Australians
    Micro Volunteering
    Glebe, NSW
  4. Microvolunteer- Facebook Poster Twice Weekly

    Micro Volunteer Social Media poster position is available within the Bendigo Relay For Life Volunteer Committee to post on social media twice weekly with regard to local community exposure.

    Micro Volunteering
    Bendigo, VIC
  5. SALVOS - English / Math Tutor for Adults

    The Salvos Skilling Queenslanders for Work Program provides training to people who are unemployed and also seeks to assist young people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with a disability, mature-aged job seekers, women re-entering the workforce and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Currently, there are 4 individuals undertaking a Certificate 1 in Construction who need the assistance of a tutor, ideally with a background in teaching/TESOL qualified.

    Micro Volunteering
    Stafford, QLD
  6. Website Developer

    SIDS and Kids Tasmania need a skilled volunteer to develop a professional website which highlights our services and supports our mission. Currently, we do not have our own independent website. As a volunteer you would be helping us to raise awareness around safe sleeping practices and the support services we offer. This is an opportunity to add to your portfolio and we will be happy to write a reference or supply testimonial of your services.

    Family Support
    Micro Volunteering
    South Burnie, TAS
  7. NAATI Accredited Translators

    One of the leading community service providers in Queensland, UnitingCare Queensland require some assistance translating informational materials from English so that these resources are more accessible for people from Culturally and Linguistically diverse communities who use our services.

    Community Service
    Micro Volunteering
    Brisbane City, QLD
  8. Volunteer Legal Advisor - Intellectual Property

    We require the services a of an expert legal advisor – specifically Intellectual Property to assist us with expansion development. We have a unique proposition to put to market and we require advice on how to protect our investment and if required the drawing up of a NDS.

    Micro Volunteering
    Kambah, ACT