Do you like helping people within the community? Are you good with computers and have great interpersonal skills? Sorell Library volunteers contribute to and support the range of programs and services provided by Libraries Tasmania.
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Found 9 volunteer opportunities with Library Services, in Tasmania TAS
Are you interested in Tasmanian history and research? Pearns Steam World are located in the historic town of Westbury, just 25 minutes drive west of Launceston. The museum holds a collection of steam traction engines, tractors, stationary engines and agricultural memorabilia, including women in agriculture on display. We are looking for volunteers who have an interest in history to research information relating to artifacts in our collection. (C, D)
Assist in the running of the online access centre and gain important work skills.
Join the Launceston LINC today as a volunteer Adult Literacy Tutor.
Operate the Online Access Centre and assist clients. Deloraine Online Access Centre has a team of dedicated volunteers who work together to keep the centre open 7 days per week.
Volunteer in the Exeter Online Access Centre. Aiding public with computer access. Needs to be computer literate but not expert necessarily.
Contribute to and support the range of programs and services provided by the Launceston LINC.
Work from home! This is a great opportunity to give back by being part of a not for profit social enterprise that addresses digital exclusion. People cannot use everyday services, they are becoming socially isolated and these problems are rapidly getting worse. Make a difference through your administration experience. We have an excellent team and offer great training and experience working in the modern workforce.
Do you want to work from home, have a computer and interested in the environment, scientific notebooks, etc.?
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