Want to share your love of the Italian Language and Culture? A fluent Italian speaker is required for the Italian conversation Group based at Nedlands Library.
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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 a whizz at tutoring? Do you want to give back to your community, by assisting young people with their homework and work aspirations?
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 tech savvy? Would you love to spend your spare time sharing your knowledge and experience to people seeking asylum in Australia?
We need your help to run this international sporting tournament smoothly! We have various roles available for keen volunteers, from basic (collecting balls, running up team sheets to livestream operators etc) to slightly-more-advanced (co-ordination of teams, assisting with food preparation etc). Would be a great opportunity for anyone studying sports management, or anyone that just enjoys being around sporting events (particularly obsure ones).
Volunteer Tutors teach English to new migrants and refugees who are unable to access on-site classes. Tutoring is across the Bankstown, Fairfield, Cabrammatta, Liverpool and Campbelltown council areas. Lesson times are flexible depending on your availability - can be during weekdays or weekends, during or out of work hours.
Share your valuable knowledge, expertise and network with a young person who is experiencing significant disadvantage. Assist by providing exposure to a range of different types of employment opportunities that they may not be aware of and guide them to identify employment and/or training paths.
Would like to connect with and support some of our most vulnerable community members in a fun, active and engaging way as a Group61 Social Event Coordinator?
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.
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.
Volunteer opportunities are available for anyone interested in gaining event experience at the Sunset Series Race 2, which will be held on Thursday 21 February 2019 at the Tan Track, Melbourne.
Volunteer opportunities are available for anyone interested in gaining event experience at the Sunset Series Race 1, which will be held on Wednesday 6 February 2019 at the Melbourne Zoo.
Are you a whizz with music recording and production? Do you have a desire to help out the youth of today?
Looking for a meaningful volunteer role where you can share your skills and knowledge, & really make a difference? Support a man with a disability to improve his numeracy and literacy skills!
You can make a huge difference to a young man's life! Support a young man with disability to try new things and get out and about. Help him learn to access technology like his iPad.
Tutor an adult refugee or migrant in English. Make links to the community and assist the learner to understand the Australian way of life. Supporting new arrived refugees and migrants to develop English language and literacy.
Make a difference to the life of a newly settled child to maximize their learning potential. You can make a real difference by helping to build their confidence and skills.
Multicultural Youth South Australia is seeking volunteers to help students at a homework club we run.
The program assists in the development and strengthening of the bond between parent/child and allows for peer support and improvements in the self esteem of affected children. Create a child friendly space and provide a positive experience for children mainly through art/craft activities during visiting hours.
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