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Found 4 volunteer opportunities with Mentoring & Advocacy, in BRISBANE%20CITY

Volunteer Mentor - 'Braking the Cycle' (PCYC Crestmead)

  • Location: Crestmead QLD
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Mentoring & Advocacy

PCYC Queensland is calling for a motivated and reliable Volunteer Mentor to be involved in the Braking the Cycle program across PCYC Crestmead to help disadvantaged young people complete their driving log book hours to obtain their license. As a volunteer you would only be matched with a suitable participant with whom you feel comfortable mentoring.

Volunteer Mentor - 'Braking the Cycle' (PCYC Mount Gravatt)

  • Location: Mount Gravatt QLD
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Mentoring & Advocacy

PCYC Queensland is calling for a motivated and reliable Volunteer Mentor to be involved in the Braking the Cycle program across PCYC Mount Gravatt. As a volunteer you would only be matched with a suitable participant with whom you feel comfortable mentoring.

Volunteer Mentor - 'Braking the Cycle' (PCYC Carindale)

  • Location: Carindale QLD
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Mentoring & Advocacy

PCYC Queensland is calling for a motivated and reliable Volunteer Mentor to be involved in the Braking the Cycle program across PCYC Carindale. As a volunteer you would only be matched with a suitable participant with whom you feel comfortable mentoring.

Sense Youth Mentoring Leader Brisbane

  • Location: Across: South Brisbane QLD, Brisbane City QLD
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Mentoring & Advocacy

SENSE is a program run by young people (18-35), for young people, to create a vibrant community and support network where teenagers feel safe and valued. The program is designed to be fun, encouraging and based around building resilience through positive friendships and mentoring. The program aims to improve the level of engagement of young people with family, education, training, the workplace and the community.

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