The position is responsible for delivering the weekly Code Club sessions at the Kensington Neighbourhood House. These sessions help children aged 9 to 11 to; learn about programming and computational thinking, problem solving, planning, designing and collaboration. Code Club is about fun, creativity, and learning through exploring. Our Code Club is part of a nationwide network of volunteer-led coding clubs with a mission to #getkidscoding! All learning resources are supplied.
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We need assistance to distribute our Term 3 program of educational and recreational programs. Delivering information directly to houses and apartments is the best way we can ensure we are reaching isolated people in our community. During COVID-19 our outreach program is vital, and it includes making sure everyone knows about our services and activities.
As a volunteer in this program, you will help support children, communities, and people living with a disability experience the fun of fishing by - providing practical support - assisting with bait and tackle - showing awareness of Victorian fishing rules and regulations - supporting and encouraging participants.
People with degree qualifications or higher are required to help tutor and support disadvantaged adult students to engage in tertiary study at Australian Catholic University. The Clemente program gives people a second chance in life and provides a pathway for further education and personal development.
Community Education Volunteers deliver emotional wellbeing sessions to new parent groups across Melbourne and Victoria. New volunteers share their story with parents to open up supportive conversations about the challenges of early parenthood and mental health. They also connect new parents to information and support.
Burke and Beyond provides support for people with disabilities to build independence and participate in the community. We believe that everyone should be responsible for their own life choices. We provide opportunities for young people to stretch their expectations of themselves as they develop practical and meaningful day-to-day skill. We are looking for a variety of volunteers to assist participants to learn, develop and achieve their goals. Multimedia assisting participants to explore creat
Cooking program supporting participants to learn how to cook, explore different culinary foods and cook healthy.
Studio B is looking for someone with experience and knowledge of photography, filming, dance, drama and/ or dancing to assist participants in learning these skills, making their own productions and producing their own films.
Do you have confidence to present to large groups? If you have enthusiasm and a desire to "make a difference" in the lives of fathers and children this Volunteer Presenter role may suit you.
Fully-licensed volunteers are needed to mentor young learner drivers aiming to build 120 mandatory hours of driving practice. All L2P learner drivers reach level one competency with professional driving instructors prior to being matched with volunteers/mentors. Initial and ongoing training is provided as well as regular professional support and supervision and bi monthly meetings with dinner. A fully insured vehicle is provided and no expenses are incurred as a volunteer.
Are you someone who is qualified and interested in helping young drivers become safer and responsible on the road? Then the TAC L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program might be for you.
Volunteers in the Family Literacy Program are responsible for providing literacy tuition to children and parents in small groups.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to assist with a horticulture based program designed to develop practical skills in horticulture, plus related literacy and team work skills for independent people with mild intellectual disabilities.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to provide support to adult students, who are independent adults with an intellectual disability, in a variety of experiences as they select and prepare a range of different foods.
Learn how to repair and maintain bicycles, under the guidance of experienced volunteer mechanics, in a workshop situated in the scenic CERES Environmental park. Be a part of the Bike Shed’s vision to promote a cycling culture in the community.
Radio Lollipop are currently seeking expressions of interest from those who are interested in making a difference to a young person's day by bringing care, comfort, play and entertainment to sick children in hospital.
City of Stonnington Youth Services is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to become members of our youth committees. We have spaces available in our FReeZA Committee and our Expressions Committee.
We are looking for Chinese Language Teachers OR “undergraduate” student study placements for Chinese Language teaching (Pre-school, Year 5) Applicant MUST be a resident of Victoria to express interest in this volunteer position.
DIVRS’ new pilot Migrant Driver Program is looking for volunteer mentors to support learner drivers from a migrant or refugee background. As their mentor, you will develop and maintain a purposeful, empowering and supportive relationship with the learner, assisting them in gaining the knowledge, experience and confidence required to obtain their Victorian Drivers Licence.
The primary aim of the program is to provide a supportive environment where children can receive individual tutoring for basic literacy and numeracy skills and/or assistance with homework tasks (e.g. reading). The tutor works one to one with a Year 4-8 student every Wednesdays 4.00-5.30pm during the school terms.
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