Any volunteer mechanics who would like to help us fix cars and train disadvantaged people in the skills to maintain a car would be appreciated. We have a car program where our program participants earn the chance to buy a fixed up car so they can undertake meaningful employment in the future.
Found 26 volunteer opportunities with Education & Training, in CANBERRA%20CITY
This program operates 5 days per week, from Wednesday to Sunday 8:00am-7:00pm. Volunteers work with a qualified and experienced child care provider to provide activities to children visiting family at the Alexander Maconochie Center.
Are you interested in assisting people to understand English and the Australian culture? Would you like to lead conversations with migrants discussing general issues and popular topics in a non-threatening environment? Are you interested in meeting people and learning about other cultures? Become an English Conversation Tutor and help people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds improve their English skills. Volunteers may either lead conversation groups or assist current lead
English conversation volunteers needed to help run innovative English conversation playgroup run by Libraries ACT and Uniting Care Kippax. The group will run every Wednesday during term time from 12.30-2pm.
Are you looking to volunteer with a Not-For-Profit that supports your local community? Do you fancy a role that's social and gives you an opportunity to mentor young space enthusiasts? If you answered yes to these questions then we would love to talk to you.
The ACT Partnerships Manager is responsible for ensuring the ACT YP Network develops a portfolio of partnerships across sectors. The partnerships portfolio will enable the local team to host events and run the local YP Network effectively. The Partnerships Manager has overarching accountability for leading on relationships with potential sponsors and partners, and is responsible for collaborating with the National Partnerships Executive to ensure a streamlined approach.
Are you passionate about world issues and leadership? At AIESEC, we provide young people with a platform to empower the world by empowering themselves first: we do this through cross-cultural volunteering projects to develop practical skills on the ground and make sustainable change in overseas communities.
Kookaburra Kids exist to support children living with a parent who suffers from a mental illness. We deliver early intervention programs to these children in a fun way through camp and activity day programs, while facilitating unforgettable experiences giving them a sense of community plus providing a break from their carers role.
Help members to navigate their electronic devices (mobile phones, tablets etc.) and be able to explain how to use Facebook, email, Twitter or apps they have or want to download. Work from home to prepare & research games, puzzles for members to enjoy.
The Scullin Traders is a community entrepreneurship hub run by the Scullin Community Group. It has creativity at its core, and from May 2019 we will launch the first of our workshop series. This will offer creative workshops to members of the Canberra community as a way of sharing skills of local artists and makers, and raising funds to ensure the sustainability of the Scullin Traders venue.
The Scullin Traders is a community entrepreneurship hub run by the Scullin Community Group. As a key part of the community’s efforts to transform the vibe of the struggling Scullin shops, the space features comfy couches for coffee drinkers, handmade products from Canberra microbusinesses, and a coworking space and creative workshops for the Canberra community. It is 100% volunteer run.
St Vincent de Paul and the Scout Association of Australia (ACT) are working in collaboration to deliver a project to support young people at risk. The service aims to encourage young people at risk to rediscover their better and stronger inner selves by providing a range of activities aimed at positive outcomes such as building new life skills, networking, social and emotional development.
Orange Sky Laundry is seeking a motivated and passionate person to become a Coordinator for our newest project, Social Impact Washing. If you're organised, have 5-10 hours spare time each week, are great with people and have a genuine passion for helping others, this could be the perfect role for you!
We need patient and understanding volunteers to assist in providing support to detainees with poor numeracy and literacy skills.
Are you an artist with hair? Do you want to help disadvantaged young people by teaching them your skills with hair?
Are you a whizz with music recording and production? Do you have a desire to help out the youth of today?
Does your latte art make people swoon? Do you have a desire to give young people a helping hand by teaching them coffee making skills?
Do you have the skills to pop, jerk, and break? Then join us in teaching Hip Hop dance to YP from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Are you an awesome photographer? Do you want to help teach those skills to young people who wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity?
Learning Clubs provide a safe and supportive out-of-school learning environment where primary or secondary students can participate in activities that develop their academic and social skills. If you are interested in volunteering click here!
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