We are looking for someone with writing/journalism background to source and write articles ( 500 - 1000 words) on topics relevant to sustainable gardening including on native Australian/indigenous foods. These could be based on interviewing experts in the area (e.g. horticulturalists, chefs). It is important that you also have an interest and/or experience in either horticulture or gardening using organic or permaculture approaches.
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Primary Ethics is looking for an Ethics Coordinator for Lane Cove Public School. Ethics Coordinators liaise between the parents in a school community, Ethics Teachers, the principal of a primary school and Primary Ethics, the provider of the philosophical ethics curriculum and volunteer teacher training.
Do you have experience teaching customer service? We are looking for someone to conduct a customer service training session for our Café volunteers.
Schools Programs Assistant - Museum The volunteer Schools Programs Assistant will be assisting the Museum Education Officer in the Planning, preparation and presentation of schools programs to primary school aged children.
The Community Hubs are based in various primary school across Western Sydney and aim to support migrant and refugee families (including children 0-5 years of age). Community Hubs offer meaningful social activities as well as access to local education, health, community and settlement services. School Readiness Assistants work int he Community Hubs to facilitate Transition to School sessions for refugee and migrant children aged 4-6 years as they prepare for Kindergarten.
This role requires providing assistance in creating a pre-recorded training webinar for our new Mentoring program for blind and low vision clients.
We are seeking volunteers to assist with our Homework Club which provides free homework and English language support to refugee students. The Homework Club operates on two afternoons weekly during the school term.
Sustainable Gardening Australia has a database of over 1000 products used in gardening. The database records the impacts of the chemicals in the products and their safety for humans and the environment and gives them a rating on a 6-star basis. The products need to be re-examined by looking at the manufacturers' information and the Material Safety Data sheets, registering the impacts on humans, wildlife and waterways and entering the information into a database.
Sustainable Gardening Australia maintains a database of over 1000 products used in gardens. It records the impacts on humans, wildlife and waterways once the information is entered into a database. We are looking for someone to research and record natural methods of garden pest and weed control and enter the data into an Excel spreadsheet.
The Ignite Small Business Start-ups Initiative facilitates small business creation for people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds, and people with disability, who want to start their own business or expand an existing one. Ignite Industry experts support entrepreneurs with identified specific industry and business skills.
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.
Are you an artist with hair? Do you want to help disadvantaged young people by teaching them your skills with hair?
Are you a whizz at tutoring? Do you want to give back to your community, by assisting young people with their homework and work aspirations?
Does your latte art make people swoon? Do you have a desire to give young people a helping hand by teaching them coffee making skills?
Do you have the skills to pop, jerk, and break? Then join us in teaching Hip Hop dance to YP from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Are you an awesome photographer? Do you want to help teach those skills to young people who wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity?
Run a painting/ art session with our clients. Assist clients to paint or do art work
Use your talents on our residents and make them happy. Apply aromatherapy or massage to our residents
Nundah Activity Centre (NAC) and the Queensland Centre for Digital Inclusion (QCDI) are looking for actors to develop and participate in theatre productions that utilise digital technologies. The QCDI theatre troop will perform several unique productions throughout the year to audiences both in centre (Nundah) and remote.
Home English Tutoring (HET) provides one-on-one English support for people seeking asylum, usually in their homes or sometimes in a library, for an hour a week. Volunteer tutors plan lessons to suit the needs and interests of the particular learner. They develop a good relationship with the learners, developing understanding of each other’s culture as well as learning about living in Australia.
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