Join the #WishForce today and feel uplifted by the difference you can make in your local community! The friendly team at the Newcastle Branch are looking for an enthusiastic individual to join Make-A-Wish as the Volunteer Care Coordinator. By sharing your time and skills, you can help Australian children experiencing life-threatening illnesses.
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Our partners Yarra Valley and Great Ocean Road (Bellbrae) Chocolateries are again hosting an Easter Wonderland and Easter Egg Hunts and we need some engaging volunteers to help us collect donations! You will be in the heart of the world of chocolate, what better way to spend Easter!
We're looking for an energetic volunteer to pick up food donations and assist with our drop -in service at the Youth Centre.
Provide admistrative support to the ReSource Youth Program team
The Partnership Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Partnerships Lead in identifying, developing and managing ongoing relationships with individuals, organisations and other Young Professional committees to forward the UN’s agenda: partnership for the sustainable development goals. A particular focus is to engage with internal and external stakeholders, collect and collate partnership information, facilitate relationship with UNAAV YP events and coordinate partnership meetings.
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for managing the communications channels and expanding the reach and impact of the UNAA Young Professionals Committee in Victoria. This role includes responsibility for external communication channels including social media, newsletters, and other channels and supporting the advocacy team to implement the communication strategy
We are looking for a Joey Leader for our 6 – 8 yrs. Organize fun activities from craft – camping. Joeys meet on Tuesday evening 5 – 6 pm. Enthusiasm and ability to motivate young people and adults. A strong commitment to the Joey Scout Section. Ability to communicate with young people and adults
We need passionate, enthusiastic, energetic volunteers: Need to have good ability to communicate with young people. Patient Caring Understanding Gentle approach to behaviour issues We work really closely 1 on 1 with the children if displaying unacceptable behaviour, so a soft approach is appreciated.
If you are looking for something rewarding to do, give your time and skills to help children from a refugee background in primary and secondary schools for half a day a week in school terms.
Playgroup is for children aged 0 – 4 who attend with a parent, grandparent or nanny. The role includes setting up craft activities, equipment and toys in preparation for the session
Become one of our Volunteer Mentor Drivers and support safe and confident young drivers on our roads, while making a positive difference and helping young person on their path to education and employment. Volunteer mentors are needed to act as Supervising Drivers for learner drivers aged 16 – 20 to supervise driving practice sessions in vehicles supplied by the program.
Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor a young person aged between 11 and 17 who has experienced adversity and/or childhood trauma. Once accepted into the program, mentors are required to spend a couple of hours a week with their mentee, engaging in negotiated recreational activities for the first three months and fortnightly thereafter. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive
Assist teacher when taking students on outings in the community.
Are you a good team player, do you have common sense, maturity and a desire to learn? This may be the role for you. This role will support the Scout Leader (10-14) in providing challenging programs and mentoring young people to achieve their full potential.
Support a young person, when a parent/guardian is not available, by attending police interviews at Laverton Police Station, or stations in the inner West.
Support a young person, when a parent/guardian is not available, by attending police interviews at Sunshine Police Station or stations in the inner West.
Whitelion seeks volunteers who are keen to become mentors in our one-to-one mentoring programs. The role of the volunteer is to be matched with a young person to provide supportive and meaningful relationships, while acting as a positive role model.
Support a young person, when a parent/guardian is not available, by attending police interviews at Sunshine or Werribee Police Stations.
Support a young person, when a parent/guardian is not available, by attending police interviews at Hazelwood or Churchill Police Stations.
Support a young person, when a parent/guardian is not available, by attending police interviews at the Sale Police Station.
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