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  • Playgroup Leader Volunteer wanted - Surry Hills - #207689

    Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre

    Are you passionate about creating a positive impact in your community? Do you have a flair for fostering creativity and learning in young minds? We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to be the heart and soul of our vibrant playgroup! Our playgroup is a haven where children can explore, learn, and make lasting friendships, all under the guidance of a caring and passionate leader.

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  • Creative Writing Tutors - online - # 173324

    Story Factory

    Story Factory is on the lookout for online creative writing tutors to help students across NSW develop creative writing skills in our after school online workshops. Volunteer on either Monday or Thursday from 3pm - 5:30pm during the school term, all from the comfort of your home.

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  • Creative Writing Tutor (In Person) - Various Locations S and SW Sydney #141465

    Story Factory

    • Bankstown NSW, Blacktown NSW, Campbelltown NSW, Canterbury NSW, Fairfield NSW, Liverpool NSW, Penrith NSW, Parramatta NSW
    • Category: Education & Training
    • Types of work: Education & Training, Tutoring & Coaching

    Assist students to develop literacy skills in school terms for 2 - 4 hours each week. Under the guidance of expert Storytellers, help students to feel safe, encourage them to be creative and feel excited about the writing process.

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  • Mentor a child in Foster Care | 1 hour/week | Gladstone & surrounds

    The Pyjama Foundation

    • Beecher QLD, Clinton QLD, Gladstone Central QLD, Glen Eden QLD, Kin Kora QLD, Kirkwood QLD, New Auckland QLD, Telina QLD
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Education & Training, Tutoring & Coaching

    What could you do with just one hour each week? By becoming a Pyjama Angel, you will experience personal growth and profound fulfillment as you help a young person in foster care reach their full potential. Through spending one-on-one time together, you will become a catalyst for positive change in their life and the wider community, creating a brighter future for everyone involved. Join us today and discover the immense joy of making a lasting difference, one hour at a time.

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  • Digital Literacy Trainer

    Brotherhood of St. Laurence

    The Digital Literacy Trainer role supports participants at risk of social and economic exclusion by providing them with personalised digital skills training. Participants are those accessing services at the Brotherhood of St. Laurence’s (BSL) SEED Project (Sustaining Economic Empowerment and Dignity for Women). The SEED Project provides a wellbeing hub for women in Seymour, Victoria.

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  • Digital Literacy Trainer

    Brotherhood of St. Laurence

    The Digital Literacy Trainer role supports participants at risk of social and economic exclusion by providing them with personalised digital skills training. Participants are job seekers accessing support through the Work and Learning Centre at the Brotherhood of St. Laurence (BSL).

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  • Tertiary Tips - Support/Advocate

    Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau

    Tertiary Tips - Support/Advocate Volunteer to work with a team and one-on-one to assist and support students with various schoolwork related needs such as navigating the tertiary institution, assignments or other course tasks, literacy, and comprehension. Knowledge in area of study not required. Days and times vary, program runs through school terms at a public or university library.

  • Cultural Exchange Activities Assistant- Homework Help Wodonga

    Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau

    Cultural Exchange Activities Assistant- Homework Help. Wodonga To liaise and support the multicultural community in meaningful activities by strengthening their skills for school. Homework Help is a one hour session run on a weekly basis between 4pm and 5pm Thursdays during the school terms.

  • Classroom Tutor - Adult Migrant English Program - Ellenbrook

    Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

    Would you like to work with a migrant or refugee to help them improve their language skills? Our tutors help people become more independent and learn how to communicate in the English language. Classroom Tutors are required to assist our qualified lecturers in a classroom at Ellenbrook.

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  • VoRTCS Refugee Family Tutor

    St Vincent De Paul Society Queensland

    Do you have a free hour per week to make a positive difference in a refugee family’s life? Would you like to welcome newly arrived refugees by helping them learn English and settle in to the Brisbane community? Vinnies QLD's Volunteer Refugee Tutoring and Community Support (VoRTCS) program provides in-home tutoring support to refugee families in Brisbane. Just an hour volunteering per week can make a huge difference in making people from refugee backgrounds feel welcome in the community.

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