We need a senior volunteer to mentor/tutor a young Thai woman, who would like to practice her English via the telephone.
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Support a youth to reach their potential! By becoming a Youth Mentoring Program volunteer, you will use your life experiences, skills and knowledge to guide and support a younger person within the Jewish Community.
Seeking enthusiastic and committed volunteers to provide a high-quality customer service experience to the public.
CMY (Centre for Multicultural Youth) is currently recruiting mentors for our Pathways Tertiary Program. Mentors in the program will help support young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds who are in their final year of university and are moving into the workforce. We are looking for committed & reliable volunteers to provide 1:1 mentoring over a 12-month period.
We are searching for our leadership team for 2020, it could be you! our responsibilities include attending monthly board meetings, overseeing the delivery of our pillar programs and being involved in our community. If you are looking for leadership opportunities that also enable you to become an active leader, then JCI Eastern is for you.
White lion has a number of Mentoring Programs to suit young people at various levels of involvement with the Youth Justice or Out-of-Home Care Systems.
*A mature, skilled, fully-qualified counsellor with good communication skills required to support a woman who has an intellectual disability.
Assist learner drivers under 21 years of age to log at least 120 hours of supervising driving before they can sit their probationary license test
Training available this month. Help make a positive difference to a young person's life. Mentor a young person to learn to drive through this L2P program. Car and training provided. Women encouraged to consider this role.
Training available this month. Help make a positive difference to a young woman's life. Mentor a young person to learn to drive through this L2P program. Car and training provided. People of diverse backgrounds including women are encouraged to consider this role.
Provide mentoring and be a role model for disabled children and young people, along with their families who need support.
Provide mentoring for and be a role model and build and maintain a constructive relationship with a person from the Child Protection System who needs support.
Provide mentoring and be a role model for a person who needs support due to intellectual disability. Represent their rights and interests by being their spokesperson by offering practical assistance, community inclusion and friendship.
Provide mentoring and be a role model for a person who needs support. Assist with clarifying NDIS support plan options for participants, accompanying participant to initial appointments as needed.
Helping people develop by working one-on-one with them to become job ready
An independent statutory body established by the Victorian State Government working to protect and promote the interests, rights and dignity of people with a disability requires community visitors in the Glen Eira area to monitor accommodation facilities for people with a disability or mental illness.
If you are passionate about mentoring and events for LGBTIQ students and young professionals and have time to give back to the LGBTIQ community then consider volunteering with Out for Australia!
WAM is currently recruiting for mentors in their Inner North Program (Yarra, Darebin, Banyule). Mentors provide one-on-one social, emotional and practical support for women engaged with the criminal justice system. WAM is seeking women who are empathetic, community minded, and committed to engaging with women in contact with the justice system. Training and ongoing supervision and support is provided.
Do you want to inspire the next generation of young women? Beacon Foundation is now recruiting volunteer mentors for our online mentoring program, MyRoad. As a volunteer mentor, you'll guide mentees through structured modules on transferable work-readiness skills and inspire them to think about different types of jobs and careers. The young women you'll mentor are typically from lower socio-economic areas or remote and regional locations in Years 10 to 12.
Uniting are seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor a young person aged between 11 to 17, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight over a year. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive together.
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