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!
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.
Loves working with children Want to help all children with an equal opportunity to participate and learn Interested in children with additional needs Supports educators as directed
Do you consider yourself a "people person? This position provides recruitment support for the effective management of the Woodcroft & Morphett Vale Neighbourhood Centre Volunteer Program. You will provide recruitment support to the Management Committee and Community Development Officer through advertising, interview, induction and training in a professional and timely manner while adhering to good customer service principles and practices.
Training position in retail, customer service, office administration, cash handling, banking, EFTPOS, sales, accounts pay/rec, marketing, merchandising, stock control, Team Leader/Manager role, HR, etc. No experience required - we train you, fix your resume, teach you interview skills, will be your local referee and give you access to our jobs board. We have helped 452 people to get jobs in the last 5.5 years! We advertise regularly as our trainees get jobs monthly!
Teams provide a safe and supervised environment for young people to sober up during Leavers' Week. Full training, senior first aid certificate and on-the-job supervision is provided. Leavers is between Sunday 18th November to 23rd November 2018.
The purpose of a youth mentor is to provide ongoing support and guidance to a young person by participating in guided activities in a one-to-one and group setting throughout the duration of the Girl Almighty and Positive Peers programs.
ROAR Learners encourages life long positive educational engagement. The focus is on broad learning not just homework. Children will have the opportunity to build confidents, strengthen skills and increase social engagement and positive relationships. ROAR Learners runs from 3pm – 5pm two afternoon’s 8 week during school terms only.
Yaandina Roebourne Youth Team are seeking volunteers to work with the Youth Team to assist with transport and operational support for youth/adults travelling from Roebourne to Karratha to compete in basketball competition. Drivers, umpires and coaching support would be greatly appreciated.
Yaandina Roebourne Youth Team is seeking volunteers to assist with mentoring support for young boys/girls groups & young men/women groups during school term. The position is available on Mondays – Fridays from 3.00pm to 5.00pm – once per week.
Yaandina Roebourne Youth Team are seeking volunteers to facilitate programs for youth that may involve arts, photography, music & dance workshops or the “Roebourne Bike Rescue” program during school term. If you have skills that you would like to share with youth, we would love to hear from you!
Do you love kids? Want to receive first hand experience into Early Childhood? Yaandina Family Centre needs your assistance to supervise young children and engaging them in play activities while providing a warm, welcoming, nurturing and inclusive environment for the children.
Wesley Mission Queensland's ORCA Project is looking for volunteers to assist us to build meaningful connections for young post school adults with disabilities in the community with a focus on training, work experience and ultimately employment.
Home work clubs Volunteers wanted, helping children and woman from new migrant communities
Volunteer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) professionals work in partnership with school teachers to make STEM subjects more engaging.
This role provides the opportunity to use and enhance your tutoring, mentoring and relationship skills, alongside other passionate team members!
Do you have strong computer skills and knowledge of the internet? Are you patient and a great teacher/mentor? Would you like to make a difference in the lives of seniors? If you answered yes to all of the above, then this role may be for you!
Empowering young people in need by helping them realise their own self-worth, find their purpose, re-commit to learning, begin finding their own career, and become active and positive members of their community.
An opportunity to take part in the organisation and delivery of one of the largest unticketed events held each year in Brisbane on the 25th of April. You can support one of Queensland’s most significant social and cultural events. Specific roles include Parade Marshals, Information Booth Officers, Golf Buggy Drivers and Passenger Loading Assistants.
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