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Found 502 volunteer opportunities with Education & Training, in Australia
We hope that like us, you are someone who wants to see a better, more cohesive future for our community, where people from all walks of life are given the chance to feel supported, and encouraged to shine. As an educator, you are filled with pride whenever you help someone launch their dream career.
Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for volunteers to become a part of the school reading army. This dedicated group of volunteers attend school 1 or 2 mornings a week to sit with up to 5 children who may have some learning/reading difficulties and benefit enormously from having one on one sessions outside of the classroom with friendly, patient volunteers. Volunteers will need to be reliable as the children look forward to these out of classroom activities.
Reception on the front desk in the foyer, giving out information to people requesting on the times, dates and what courses are to be presented. Flyers and printed information. Ages 50 - 80.
A local training college is looking for long term volunteers (minimum 3 moths) to join their friendly team as a receptionist. A front-line service role, reception is an integral part of the college team ensuring that as the first point of contact for students, clients, customers and associates provides an internal link to NCC staff who can provide accurate course, training enrollment information, advice and support.
Do you have some knowledge of catering and enjoy working with students? Student Works is an alternative learning program for Year 9 and 10 students who are at risk of disengagement from mainstream school. Student Works are currently looking for volunteers to assist the Catering Instructor with hands on learning for students engaged in this program.
Would you like to help refugee and migrant secondary students with English, Mathematics and other core subjects in a friendly homework mentoring program? For more info and to find out how to join our team of amazing volunteers just send in an expression of interest in this position.
The Mentors for School Success program aims to support young people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) backgrounds in years 10, 11 and 12 to achieve better outcomes with their school work, particularly for students who have lost ground as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic.
You and your dog will visit a local school on the same day and time (that suits you) for approximately two (2) hours each week. Students, chosen by the classroom teacher, will come out of the classroom and sit with you and your dog and read to your dog. It is only ever one student at a time.
For nearly 20 years James Cook University has been calling on people like yourself to assist us in selecting the future medical workforce for regional, rural and remote Australia, and that time has come again. We are seeking interested community members to volunteer as interviewers for our Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery interviews.
Support people get online and use technology to access essential services! Become a Leep Tech Mate today.
The Story Factory works with young people in schools and community organisations across Sydney and Western Sydney Through creative writing programs we assist students to develop literacy skills.
Do you have a good all-round knowledge of digital platforms and would like to assist older members of your community become more computer literate?
School for Life is looking for some volunteer video editors to assist us with getting personalised video updates to our child sponsors and major donors. These videos are short and sharp, thanking donors for their continued support through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Web Development (Wordpress) Volunteer The Studio’s Volunteer Program is now open to applications. Suitable for part-time students or recent graduates looking to engage with the startup community, in particular with startups in the media-tech (communications / video / ar / vr / music / games / ai) sector.
The SSN aims to educate and connect school communities to imagine a sustainable future. You will be a part of the support team for the SSN and will be highly valued for your contribution to our operations. As a not-for-profit Australian charity you will be working with an inspiring team of people making a difference locally and at a state level.
The SSN aims to educate and connect school communities to imagine a sustainable future. You will be a part of the connections team for the SSN and will be highly valued for your contribution to our operations. As a not-for-profit Australian charity you will be working with an inspiring team of people making a difference locally and at a state level.
The SSN are reimagining education as we educate and connect school communities to imagine a sustainable future. As the website designer and coordinator you will ensure the SSN has a recognisable and engaging platform that delivers quality information. You will be supporting school communities to build a world with a future.
THIS IS AN ONLINE TRAINING SESSION USING ZOOM. This free online training is for people who would like to help people aged 50+ to get involved in digital technology, learn the basics and stay connected during this time of soical isolation.
The role of the tutor will be to provide personalised support to young people within the Pakenham area. This may be related to specific homework queries or working on general academic areas that a young person might request support on. It may also be a space to work on broader topics, What happens within this space is largely driven by the needs of the young person. It is the role of the tutor to engage with the young person to assess what the specific needs might be, & work to build knowledge.
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