The West Heidelberg Reading Club Program is seeking Volunteer Tutors to join our Reading Club Program. This is a great opportunity for individuals who have either studied (or are currently studying) a Bachelor of Education, Special Education, Speech Pathology or other relevant degree – and/or those who have previous experience working with young people - particularly individuals on the autism spectrum.
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Are you retired, looking to go part time, or about to be newly retired and looking for or considering respected, rewarding and interesting volunteering work? We are seeking volunteers from the community to take up this unique opportunity to become part of the Court's Education Program.
Provide children from disadvantaged and underprivileged backgrounds in Israel with the skills to improve their English via Skype.
Want to make a difference in a child's life? Help us provide weekly support with homework tasks, literacy, numeracy and study skills for children from Prep to Year 10. We are seeking both general tutors and subject specialists (English, Maths, Sciences). Commitment of 2 hours per week. Monday or Wednesday evenings 5.30pm - 7.30pm.
Epilepsy Op Shop, Kensington has shifts available Monday to Saturday. Join the fantastic Epilepsy Foundation retail team to help people living with epilepsy.
Do you like to help migrants and refugees learning English? This is an opportunity for you.
Do you have a background in Marketing, Communication or Content Writing? Have experience in using Adobe Illustrator or Canva? Knowledge of Marketing and Communication principles? Bestchance Child Family care is an independent not for profit community organisation that adopts an innovative and holistic approach to assisting young children and families and we are looking for support in our Marketing department.
A primary school working with students with a mild intellectual disability requires volunteers to assist in their gardening program.
Seeking volunteers with landscaping and/or carpentry skills to help a local school. We are looking for one or two people with passion, skills and knowledge to guide a small group of students to help bring their design ideas to life in their school ground. While most of the design work has been completed by the students they require a guiding hand with planting and constructing items such as planter boxes.
Do you have a green thumb? Can you offer assistance with sowing seeds, planting and starting a greenhouse? Perhaps you are retired, semi-retired or a person looking to give back. We are looking for a person who can offer 1-2 hours per week at a local school during school hours.
CoderDojo Docklands offers volunteers a great opportunity to work with parents/kids helping them build critical STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) skills. At CoderDojo volunteers will work closely with parent/child teams supporting their learning on Coding, Electronics, Robotics, 3D modelling, etc. CoderDojo also offers volunteers a great learning opportunity, including the ability to network with other like minded individuals and gain key mentoring, leadership skills.
The Homework Club Tutor will support the educational development of students through assistance with homework tasks and structured activities, utilising materials that the students bring from school. The Homework Club is a safe, supportive out of school hours learning environment, where students have the opportunity to access resources, expertise & assistance with their homework & curriculum content.
Early Years Education Volunteers, this opportunity involves volunteers engaging in voluntary work supporting children's school readiness and oral language and literacy development through targeted reading, interactions and activities. Volunteers are scheduled with a predefined early years location and a 2 hour engagement session the same time each week. A voluntary commitment of 6 months minimum (1 year preferable) is requested in order to fulfill requirements and to ensure maximum impact.
Volunteers support students, teachers and schools in Primary focusing predominantly on literacy, numeracy and early-literacy. Volunteers work 1:1 with children or in small groups.
Inclusion Melbourne is seeking patient, friendly, enthusiastic people to assist young adults with disabilities to further their education and transition to community life.
Kind and patient volunteer needed to tutor a refugee-background female primary student with a vision impairment. You will be matched 1-1 with the student and support her with handwriting, reading and making sentences. Fantastic, meaningful work that truly changes the lives of young people. University placements welcome
The President of the Chapter is responsible for the direction of the region in all Chapter activities. The president shall lead the Chapter in developing and implementing an annual plan in consultation with the VIC Chapter and Team members.
The role of the Vice President is to support the President and the Executive Committee in planning and implementing the strategic vision of the VIC Chapter. The Vice President will be responsible for the operations of the committee, as well as provide leadership and support for the VIC Chapter.
The VIC Chapter Treasurer is responsible for recording all income and expenditure of the Chapter and preparation of the Annual Budget. The Treasurer shall coordinate all financial aspects of the VIC Chapter's initiatives and activities.
The role of the Secretary is to provide administrative support to the committee and manage both internal and external communications. The Secretary will be responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operations of the committee, as well as support the President and Vice-President.
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