Found 2 Mentoring & Advocacy volunteering opportunities in Darwin City

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  1. Tech Industry - Career Coach Program

    Support Generation Australia's Tech Graduates. Coach and mentor unemployed people who have just completed our 'Get Into Tech Programs' by working with them on their employability skills, job search and networking. 1 hour per week x 7 weeks. Our participants are people facing barriers to employment (CALD Background, First Nations people, parents with no income, Women in Tech and Young People).

    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - less than 6 months
  2. Volunteer Peer Leader, Peer Support Program

    Peer support is one of the most powerful and empowering forms of support available; it's an opportunity to be heard and understood by someone who has experienced similar circumstances. Dementia Australia's peer support program Connecting Peers: • Brings people together with similar experiences and interests • Connects participants by phone or Zoom Volunteer as a Peer Leader if you have: • Living experience of dementia - or experience as a carer of someone living with dementia.

    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months