Volunteer to support and/or assist students with reading. Matched with same students and classes each week to establish bond and create continuity. Includes reading one-on-one with students. Reading kits and books provided for various reading level
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Key role at exciting new not for profit on the Sunshine Coast. A passionate and motivated Health and Safety Officer is needed to join our fun team of local women. Our members want to do a variety of activities and we need you to help us meet our responsibilities to ensure the Health and Safety of our members. Come and join us and help establish the Coolum Women's Shed as one of the first Women's Sheds in Australia.
We are looking for kind, patient people to assist teachers with administration tasks and provide students with ad hoc one-on-one support
Volunteers are required to help out with reading at the school on a regular basis.
AVPQ Alternatives to Violence (Qld) conducts workshops in the general community, schools and in prisons, to help participants discover new and creative ways to build community and to respond to conflict situations. Come and join us as a volunteer participant at a two day workshop on Saturday 14 September and Saturday 21 September 2019 in Brisbane and apply the skills to your other volunteer roles. If you like it, consider volunteering with us as a facilitator.
We are seeking volunteers who can consistently work with select students who require specific support across literacy and numeracy.
Volunteers are required to assist at the Uniform Shop within the school during morning rush. Only during school terms.
Volunteers will support a teacher teaching Japanese lessons to students in years 4+.
We are seeking volunteers with an "interest in education" for our Years 7 - 12 students requiring additional support in a variety of subject areas.
College is seeking volunteers for our library which services our entire Prep to Year 12.
Burnside State School is looking for a volunteer grant writer.
Volunteers are needed to come in to the classroom and read with our students to further their literacy skills.
CEA delivers government funded programs, services and courses across QLD and provides the opportunity to gain skills and qualifications for employment We are looking for friendly, patient and easy-going people who can sit with individual students to support their learning. Some of these students may have learning disabilities in a variety of areas. We require someone with good English and numeracy skills.
We are calling out to the Toowoomba community to become a volunteer Learning Partner to assist a student with academic and/or social support needs during study. The program supports students who are experiencing barriers to achieving their education goals.
Do you love gardening and working outdoors? We are looking for an enthusiastic person to assist the grounds maintenance team at our independent Sunshine Coast college. Tasks include gardening, mulching, assisting with ongoing maintenance around the college, painting, and odd jobs. A love of outdoor tasks is essential, as is working well as a team and a sense of humour. All applicants will need a Blue Card and will undergo a Working With Children check. The college will assist with this process.
We are looking for someone to help out in our school library. Tasks might include: - reshelving books using the Dewey Decimal System - tidying and dusting shelves - gardening - craft activity preparation - cutting, photocopying - art displays - using electronic cutting machine, We would love someone to help on Wednesdays and Fridays.
The Good Shepherd Lutheran College Library is looking for someone who can devote a few hours a week to maintaining our library garden. It is a beautiful space and would benefit from a caring hand. Light pruning, weeding, planting, mulching, fertilising, sweeping, tidying and watering would be required. A current Blue Card would be a great asset for an immediate start. There will be a 3 month probation period upon commencement.
A volunteer to co-ordinate our office and attend to general duties one morning a fortnight. You will be required to attend to the Roster for office volunteers and follow all procedures as required. Good communication and organisational skills, computer competency with a friendly and approachable manner are skills that can be utilized here. You will be required to provide a written report to the committee and attend a meeting once a month with your update.
A friendly Receptionist is needed to assist people wanting to attend our sessions, selecting and paying accordingly, one morning a fortnight. You will require medium level computer and organisational skills and fast efficient customer service for our reception area. Other Admin duties will also be required on a needs be basis. Once a fortnight, morning negotiable.
Nerang State Primary School, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 7.30 am to 8.45am. The Smith Family will be offering many students breakfast to ensure they start the day with a full tummy, also to help by playing educational games and encouraging reading hubs, to help make learning fun.(C) (D)
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