We are calling out to the Toowoomba community to become a volunteer Learning Partner to assist a student with academic and/or social support needs during study. The program supports students who are experiencing barriers to achieving their education goals.
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Found 114 volunteer opportunities with Tutoring & Coaching, in Queensland QLD
A unique opportunity for a patient and enthusiastic volunteer to take small groups of seniors on tours and experiences using virtual reality technology.
• Want to make a positive impact in the life of a migrant or refugee? • Would you like to help someone new to Australia learn English? • Do you have an hour free each week to volunteer over the next twelve months? Learning English is the most important factor in helping new migrants and refugees settle in Australia. You could make a difference to someone by volunteering from one hour a week to help tutor English to Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) students.
The Blue Care residential facility in Sunnybank Hills is currently looking for Volunteers to participate in the delivery of the Brain Train activities as part of the memory support program for the people in our care. This program is conducted every Wednesday morning.
A skilled and/or experienced mature age volunteer computer tutor is required to assist seniors become more confident in the use of Smart Phones; Internet; Email; Skype; Word Processing and Spread Sheets. Tutoring is on a "one on one" basis. An hour lesson is considered adequate as students need to gain confidence and skills. Extensive computer experience, knowledge and skills in working with both Apple Products and Personal Computers. A Tutor must have a patient manner.
Nerang State Primary School, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 7.30 am to 8.45am. The Smith Family will be offering many students breakfast to ensure they start the day with a full tummy, also to help by playing educational games and encouraging reading hubs, to help make learning fun.(C) (D)
Volunteer Refugee Tutoring & Community Support (VoRTCS) is a not-for profit program that provides free in-home tutoring for newly settled refugee families in Brisbane. It is run by volunteers and staff and is a Special Works of St Vincent de Paul Society Queensland.
RESULTS is looking for community members to take action on global justice issues in Brisbane. The primary outlet for taking action right now will be monthly in-person relational meetings where participants will learn about the issues and take action together. There is opportunity for growth and greater involvement too.
Are you an octave above when it comes to music? You could be instrumental to our awesome music program!
Know your foreground from your background; your stipples from your scumbles? Bring your art strokes to our service and share your talents with our team!
First Aid in Schools (FAiS) Volunteer Educators help St John deliver short first aid awareness sessions to primary school students at participating public and private schools. The FAiS Program is an innovative program designed to help Primary School aged children become skilled and confident in recognising the need for First Aid, while practicing safety, accessing Emergency Services when necessary and applying basic first aid skills.
CEA delivers government funded programs, services and courses across QLD and provides the opportunity to gain skills and qualifications for employment We are looking for friendly, patient and easy-going people who can sit with individual students to support their learning. Some of these students may have learning disabilities in a variety of areas. We require someone with good English and numeracy skills.
Are you passionate about creative writing? Do you spend your days dreaming up stories, twisting words into awesome masterpieces ?
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity to express yourself creatively? Do you have experience in woodwork and want to share your passion?
The Queensland Braille Writing Association is seeking volunteers to teach Braille to adults who are visually impaired Monday – Friday at Braille House or on Thursdays offsite at a Community centre. If you are interested in volunteering, you would have to commit to a minimum of 4 hours a week for at least six months. If you are a qualified teacher or trainer but not in Braille, this role may still be suitable for you.
PCYC Queensland is calling for a motivated and reliable Volunteer Mentor to be involved in the Braking the Cycle program across PCYC Mount Gravatt. As a volunteer you would only be matched with a suitable participant with whom you feel comfortable mentoring.
BSOL divides Brisbane into eght areas, or hubs which are each managed by a Hub Coordinators. Hub Coordinators are responsible for service delivery within the defined area, matching a senior who wants to learn with a volunteer with an appropriate skill set. In this role, you will be matching senior learners (50+) with volunteer computer tutors, mostly operating from your own home.
Provide tuition to seniors on how to make the best use of their computers, tablets and smartphones. The training is usually provided in the learners home or occasionally in a nearby library or in our training room at Woolloongabba
Nundah Activity Centre (NAC) and the Queensland Centre for Digital Inclusion (QCDI) are looking for mentors to assist individuals from a broad range of backgrounds to improve their digital skills. All that is required is patience and an interest in current technologies. Teaching or IT experience is not required, if you can operate a smartphone and can help someone else do the same we teach you the rest.
Are you the ultimate creative? Volunteer and make music with CPL!
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