This is an exciting opportunity to support women from a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse background with adult literacy.
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We are looking for an Administration Assistant for our family support program and to assist with the running of the Play2Learn playgroups. This would be great experience for a community services or education student, and can be flexible around lectures & exams however we welcome anyone who would like to join us.
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 friendly, compassionate and have a strong desire to help others? Are you interested in assisting a Social Support Group of people that have Autism (Rockingham Awesome and YES Social Support Groups)? The position is assisting the Group Leader during various activities by supervising the participants.
We require a bus driver to drive our bus to shopping centre/skate park each week, where it sets up as a mobile drop-in centre and interacts with the youth hanging out there.
TERM 3 Are you a fun fit person who would love to make a real difference in the lives of people with a disability? Are you energetic and passionate about working with kids and teens? Do you enjoy getting out into the community, meeting new people and socialising? Looking for a volunteering role where you’ll meet new people and develop new skills? If this sounds like you, apply now for this rewarding opportunity with our fantastic Physiotherapy Team at Tuggerah.
Are you friendly, love fishing and have a strong desire to help others? Fishability is looking for volunteers who enjoy helping others to develop independence and experience the excitement of catching a fish! Experience with fishing is not necessary, but all volunteers must have a positive, friendly and empathetic nature.
Learner drivers aged less than 21 years must achieve a minimum of 120 hours of driving practice. Following completion of professional lessons we match learner drivers with a volunteer mentor who supervises the practice hours. All of our volunteer mentors receive training to equip them to supervise a young persons 120 hours of practice. Suitable for 55 and over to meet their mutual obligations.
We require Tutors with a formal qualification in Education, or equivalent experience teaching children: such as overseas teaching experience. Tutors work closely with children and their teachers in the delivery of a personalised learning plan, which has been agreed by all parties. Tutors may support children one-on one or in small groups.
Are you interested in supporting young people from a migrant or refugee background to find and succeed in employment? Do you have professional experience in the Australian workforce? CMY is currently recruiting volunteers for our Pathways Program. We are looking for committed and reliable volunteers to provide 1:1 mentoring over a 12-month period.
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