We are seeking a volunteer to act as Program Coordinator for a new initiative that VoW are currently planning for the Yarra Ranges commencing towards the end of July. This role will be pivotal to its success.
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Support adults from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds to develop skills to seek employment, participate in work experience and develop achievable pathways into further study or training. Volunteer opportunities are during business hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Volunteer Adult Literacy Tutors help adults from diverse backgrounds to learn to read and write. Students build confidence and literacy skills through one-to-one informal tutoring and in-class support designed to meet individual learning needs. Volunteer opportunities are during business hours on week days.
Community Information Centre (CIC) Referral and Support Volunteers support disadvantaged people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds with a variety of needs including education, employment, health, well-being, citizenship and legal issues. Referral and Support volunteers assist community members to access appropriate professional services to meet these needs.
AWARE Wildlife Rescue is a local non-profit wildlife rescue and rehabilitation group. But, AWARE isn't just another wildlife rescue and rehab group. Our founders and volunteers have been working in wildlife rescue & care for better than 20+ years. We know our wildlife!
Volunteer drivers needed to transport people with a disability and the frail aged.
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.
Bright Sparks Learning Club support newly arrived migrant and refugee children in primary school where they have the opportunity to build their confidence, develop and strengthen skills and enjoy positive relationships. The club’s focus is on broad learning and this is carried out through a variety of different fun and creative activities.
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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