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  • Op-Shop assistant - Ted Noffs

    Skills, Training & Resource Service (STARS)

    Join a fun team that's passionate about making a difference in our local community and to the lives of young people! Ted Noffs is a Nationwide charity that helps young people get back on their feet. The main income to run important services such as emergency social housing, safe spaces drug and alcohol counselling comes from our op-shops. We sell something for everyone. We are opening up a brand new store in Redfern and looking to build a team of volunteers to make it a success.

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  • Mentoring and homework support

    Skills, Training & Resource Service (STARS)

    Are you studying in Australia? Did you receive above average results in the HSC and speak Mandarin/Cantonese? Do you have good communication skills, patience and want to help children from migrant communities? Help recently arrived children and their families by providing bi-lingual mentoring and homework support to help newly arrived children integrate into the Australian community!

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  • Op-Shop assistant - Ted Noffs

    Skills, Training & Resource Service (STARS)

    Join a fun team that's passionate about making a difference in our local community and to the lives of young people! Ted Noffs is a Nationwide charity that helps young people get back on their feet. The main income to run important services such as emergency social housing, safe spaces drug and alcohol counselling comes from our op-shops. We sell something for everyone. We are opening up a brand new store in Rockdale and looking to build a team of volunteers to make it a success.

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  • Driving Mentors for Cockburn RYDE Program

    City of Cockburn - Youth Centre

    The Cockburn RYDE Program is looking for driving mentors to assist young people to obtain a driver licence by providing an opportunity to complete their required supervised driving with a volunteer Driving Mentor. For more information contact Steve Atherton, Youth Development Officer on 9411 3884

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  • Girl Guides Outdoors Leader - Sailing Team

    Girl Guides - North West Metro Region

    • Altona VIC, Melbourne VIC, Sandringham VIC, St Kilda VIC
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Education & Training, Sport & Physical Activity, Tour Guides, Information & Heritage

    As a member of our Girl Guides Caving Team, help girls develop leadership and life skills through adventure and appreciation of the outdoors. Working with experienced sailing activity leaders and girl guide leaders, you will develop skills in a variety of water activities including sailing and leading groups of girls aged 10-17 years to enjoy and develop skills, based in Sandringham.

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  • Tutoring Program Coordinator

    Youth In Motion

    The Learning Project (TLP) is Youth in Motion's (YIM) free tutoring program. As its supervisor and coordinator, you will be motivating and supporting tutors to provide educational assistance to disadvantaged youth. You will also be a part of Youth in Motion's management team, providing direction and input about the program and our organisation. You can find more about the program at youthinmotion.org.au/tlp-2

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Cessnock NSW, Gosford NSW, Newcastle NSW, Singleton NSW, Tuggerah NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Kiama NSW, Nowra NSW, Shellharbour NSW, Wollongong NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Bidwill NSW, Cecil Hills NSW, Kurrajong NSW, Penrith NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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