Found 50 Mentoring & Advocacy Volunteering Opportunities in Australia

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    Yo Coach - !!! - Community Coach

    If you enjoy helping people and sharing your talent, then we welcome you onboard. We need someone to provide one on one support to a refugee or family.

    Id:34984
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Perth CBD, WA
  2. Do You Like To Dance?

    Dancing, swimming or even walking round the shops are amongst the many fun activities to share in this important role, monitoring the wellbeing of a young woman with intellectual disability who has no one in her life who is not paid to be there.

    Id:50073
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Westminster, WA
  3. African Visitation and Mentoring Program (AVAMP)

    The African Visitation and Mentoring Program (AVAMP) is an initiative that delivers mentoring support to people from African background who have been imprisoned in Victoria – both before and after their release. AVAMP is delivered by Jesuit Social Services in partnership with the Department of Justice. To enable good outcomes, mentors are provided with culturally sensitive training and ongoing support. AVAMP will match participants with mentors on the basis of skills and shared interests.

    Id:54245
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Brunswick, VIC
  4. Volunteer Mentor

    Our volunteers are men who survived the entry into adulthood and are now looking to support a young man on his way there.

    Id:13500
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Manuka, ACT
  5. Mentors - South West - # 7317

    Volunteers work with refugee students for approximately three hours per week for one school year, focussing on assisting the educational transitions of students. Volunteers provide literacy and numeracy support and assist students in understanding classroom instructions, assessment tasks and in organising their school work.

    Id:32710
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Fairfield West, NSW
  6. Youth Mentor

    Once accepted into the program, mentors are required to spend a couple of hours a week with their mentee for the first three months, and after that are encouraged to continue weekly or fortnightly visits. Time spent with the mentee will often be activity based and my include things such as going to the park together, playing sport, cooking together or going for a ride or drive

    Id:56655
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Epping, VIC
  7. Wonder Woman Wanted!

    If you are a lady who can multi-task then I want to meet you. I am looking for someone who can help a lady with a mild disability who wants to re-instate contact with her adult sons, publish a book of poetry, and swim and horse ride regularly. If you are up for some of this please get in touch.

    Id:53515
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Bentley, WA
  8. Coffee Friend Wanted

    Lady, 30+, who enjoys dancing, music, going out for coffee and shopping, wanted to become a Citizen Advocate for a lady, and be a friend and mentor.

    Id:52136
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Palmyra, WA
  9. Computer Communicator Wanted - Use Your Computer Skills to Help This Gentleman

    Person needed to advocate for a man who prefers to communicate through IRC on his computer. If you are very computer literate and would enjoy a challenge please get in touch.

    Id:51917
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Gosnells, WA
  10. Mechanically Minded Mate Wanted

    Man wanted to teach new ways to a man stuck in a rut. A man with a very mild intellectual disability wants a mate to teach him to maintain his vehicles, be a role model and encourage him to improve his literacy and his employability. If you enjoy an active life it would be great to include him in your lifestyle.

    Id:51313
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Long Term
    Armadale, WA