Are you interested in supporting individuals as they connect with their community through volunteering? The Connections Program provides one-to-one social support and friendship for people living with a mental illness or experiencing social isolation. Our Friendship Mentors provide social support to our participants to reconnect and participate in community life.
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Educational Mentors (Tutors) provide 1 on 1 educational assistance 1-2 hours a week to vulnerable children aged 6-16. Most of the children/young people referred to us are about 2 yrs behind their age in at least English & Maths. You can help us break a child out of a cycle of poor educational achievement. If you are over 20 and want to tutor a child in English, Maths or whatever you feel confident in please apply now!
Kids Friend mentors spend 2-3 hours a week with a vulnerable child aged from 6-16, for friendship and fun. You become a special person outside the family who supports the child's social and emotional needs with an aim to increase the child's confidence, personal skills and resilience. You can take the child to visit places within the community or your own home to bake, play video games, or just hang out. If you are over 20 and want to make a difference in a child's life please apply now!
Do you want to inspire the next generation of young people? Beacon Foundation is now recruiting volunteer mentors for our online mentoring program, MyRoad. As a volunteer mentor, you'll guide mentees through modules on work-readiness skills and inspire them to think about different types of jobs and careers. The young people you'll mentor are typically from lower socio-economic areas or remote and regional locations in Years 10 to 12 of high school.
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