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Found 6 volunteer opportunities with Research, Policy & Analysis, in Hobart%20city
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We are looking for passionate people to help us establish environment groups in their neighborhoods right across Hobart. We will train you to become effective campaigners and organisers, giving you the tools you will need to inspire others and make positive changes for nature. Working on issues important to your community, you will champion cleaner beaches, rivers and parks and advocate for wildlife in your local area and add strength to our collective voice on statewide and national issues.
We need volunteers to keep us going and to support the amazing work we do in raising awareness about conservation issues, empowering those less fortunate than ourselves to find solutions. Your contribution can be in any form, tailored to your skillset and interests. All locations within Australia (and abroad) are accepted. Email our National Director for Australia- Elliot Connor- for more details, or sign up directly via the Join Us link on our website.
The WOMEN'S SPORT NETWORK is a not for profit delivering Women's Sports News, promoting female athletes and positive messaging around women in sports. We are always in desperate need for content contribution for our women's sports website. We are looking for anyone who can report on their local women's sports (we promote all sports) and would be willing to write a story on this.
Do you want to work from home, have a computer and interested in the environment, scientific notebooks, etc.?
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