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Marketing/Graphic Design - Working as part of a team. Your desire to learn or share your skills goes a long way.
Events Outreach Volunteers provide information, resources and interactive activities to a range of target groups identified within programs and services provided by WAAC. Activities may include distributing safe sex packs, staffing community stalls & expos, assisting with interactive activities such as Sexual Health Jeopardy and attending organised events such as Pride, Fair day & World AIDS Day
The School of Medicine is looking for Volunteer Patients for their exams in 2019. The role of the simulated patient is to present as a 'patient' to the students during their clinical examinations. By helping these students you will in turn be helping train the next generation of doctors.
Do you know how to play an instrument or can sing and entertain our residents?
Nundah Activity Centre (NAC) and the Queensland Centre for Digital Inclusion (QCDI) are looking for mentors to assist individuals from a broad range of backgrounds to improve their digital skills. All that is required is patience and an interest in current technologies. Teaching or IT experience is not required, if you can operate a smartphone and can help someone else do the same we teach you the rest.
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.
Do you enjoy working with children and have an interest in astronomy? We are looking for volunteers to join our friendly School Day Tours team to assist in providing hands on activities for small groups of primary aged children. Tours are during school hours and all training is provided.
Join us in helping to restore the beautiful Jane Brook Creek, in the Perth Hills, by removing invasive Blackberries, a weed of "National Significance". You will have the opportunity to enjoy the native flora and fauna of the area, only a short distance away from the John Forrest National Park, while learning some plant identification skills and weed control methods, including hand-pulling and cut & swab.
Can you play the piano and/or guitar? Then we’re looking for you!
Crime Stoppers is a community volunteer organisation that is not government funded and is not a part of the police department. Crime stoppers is an organisation that assists police by collecting crime related information through an anonymous system and provides the information for police. Volunteers are trained to give Education sessions about the 1800 number, man shopping center displays and and attend the local meeting held monthly. Join the team and be a Crime Stopper.
The Schools Animal Ethics Committee is seeking a community member (Category D) to attend up to 8 meetings each year (twice each school term) to consider applications for teaching activities that use live animals. Members have the opportunity to support schools in using animals for low impact activities that support young people to develop respect and empathy for animals, skills in animal care and understanding of animal biology.
Share your love of music with our residents in our HammondCare dementia cottages at Hammondville. Bring your own instrument to play some tunes or help lead a sing-along.
Each Wednesday residents gather together for a time of fun and song as they sing together. When you volunteer with the choir, you'll love singing along too and help with turning the pages.
Looking for volunteer work or a way to get involved with non-profits in your community long-term? The World Literacy Foundation is looking for volunteers to help create content for a new initiative, Sun Books.
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.
Enthusiastic volunteers are needed to assist refugee children with educational, social and cultural activities. Help build their confidence, skills and positive relationships.
REF: #413 (Unpaid) Assist with students in vegetable production or nursery work. Must Have Blue Card
Ref: 256 Teaching computer skills to the aged in not for profit organisation.
We are looking for a volunteer tutor to teach Microsoft Excel to one, possibly two students over two weeks in November. The class would be introductory and assumes the participants have no previous experience with Excel. Early applications are very much appreciated as I am looking to finalise the volunteer very quickly.
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