We’re a small yet digitally disruptive organisation and our Volunteer Marketing Intern will be able be involved in maintaining content on our new (soon to launch!) website and growing social channels, creating copy and collateral for internal and external communications, creating branded collateral for print and digital campaigns, securing promotional opportunities, maintaining our customer relationship database and helping us to share our incredible story with our engaged supporters.
Found 65 volunteer opportunities with Education & Training, in Queensland QLD
Provide tuition to seniors on how to make the best use of their computers, tablets and smartphones. The training is usually provided in the learners home or occasionally in a nearby library or in our training room at Woolloongabba
BSOL divides Brisbane into eght areas, or hubs which are each managed by a Hub Coordinators. Hub Coordinators are responsible for service delivery within the defined area, matching a senior who wants to learn with a volunteer with an appropriate skill set. In this role, you will be matching senior learners (50+) with volunteer computer tutors, mostly operating from your own home.
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,
Facilitate a Literacy support group that will underpin a Certificate lll course being delivered here at Marlin Coast Neighbourhood Centre Work with CA
We are looking for a Handyman, with skills required such as carpentry, minor building repairs etc. (No formal qualification required) who enjoys working in an outdoor environment and likes the challenge of fixing things that may need repair.
The Coordinator will recruit, train, support, manage and give recognition to volunteers within the region. The position will ensure that Story Dogs remains an active and relevant organisation by raising awareness of the Story Dogs brand and services.
Volunteers and their dog visit a school of their choice once a week to provide reading support to selected Year 2 students.
Mature age receptionist role at a seniors computer club. Duties are to take inquiries and list schedules/ bookings. Great telephone manner and personality as well as confident computer skills are required. Monday - Wednesdays 9am - 4pm. Available shifts of 4 or 8 hours, days are negotiable.
Food Service Assistant required to develop menus, prepare healthy, nutritious food for busy OSHC service (100 children), assist with food service, cleaning and ordering. Excellent experience for future food service industry staff. Position suitable for semi-retiree who enjoys working with children.
Volunteers are required to assist with the preparation and service of food in our Tuckshop. We provide healthy, nutritious food for students each Thursday and Friday. Volunteers would be required to assit with food preparation, stock control, customer service and cleaning. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the food service industry and develop customer service techniques.
Volunteering Sunshine Coast is looking for a Work Experience Coordinator The role of the Work Experience Coordinator is to provide student placements by matching student and host employers in a way that is aligned with the training and educational objectives of the student. Communication with host employers-good telephone skills and email ability. Experience in small business Knowledge of HR practices Knowledge of Vocational and senior education self motivated/confident
We are looking for a person who enjoys working in an outdoor environment. The person needs to be pleasant, punctual and reliable.
We are looking for a person who enjoys working in an outdoor environment. The person needs to be pleasant, punctual and reliable. The grounds of the school and the view are beautiful so you would be working in a wonderful environment.
We are seeking active committee members who have time to contribute to YCG beyond attending meetings. Established in 2002 YCG has been educating our local community on the benefits of growing your own food, reducing waste and creating an inclusive community of garden lovers. We attend some local events, provide workshops 3 Saturdays/month, Garden & School Tours, kids activities as well as providing a space for people to just "hang out" in our lovely gardens.
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
If you have good communication and interpersonal skills, great attitude and the ability to help young people solve problems in a range of subjects.... Volunteer as a tutor. Volunteer tutors work with school children assisting them with their homework.
REF: 0000185 Assist with preparations of children's art materials
Do you have a passion for education? Why not consider tutoring. Volunteers help improve the educational goals of disadvantaged Gold Coast students.
Do you have a passion for education? Why not consider tutoring. Volunteers help improve the educational goals of disadvantaged Gold Coast students at Primary Schools. Prep to 6. This role can be undertaken by High School Students, but will require a National Police Check. Days required Tuesday. Times, 3pm-4.30pm. (Y)
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