Found 4 Mentoring & Advocacy volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Walking volunteer

    CAWS Together We Can have several participants with mild intellectual or psychosocial/mental health disabilities who would love to go on walks with other people and maybe go for a coffee afterwards. Some of them have trouble going on public transport alone so could benefit from someone to go on the train or bus with them or from a lift (we can reimburse your travel, 80c per kilometre).

    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Blacktown NSW, Lalor Park NSW, Mount Druitt NSW, Penrith NSW, Toongabbie NSW, Parramatta NSW, St Marys NSW
  2. CAWS Together We Can Mentor

    You will matched with a group of 2 – 4 people with disabilities (and possibly another volunteer) and lead the group to organise and attend social activities in the community. You will foster social inclusion and mentor participants to develop skills in communication, negotiation and planning that will empower them to meet up with friends for social activities independently or with minimal support.

    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Blacktown NSW, Lalor Park NSW, Mount Druitt NSW, Parramatta NSW
  3. Digital Mentor Training

    Digital Mentoring is a free course that enables you to better support people in taking their first steps to using computers and the internet. You'll learn about the language and techniques needed to support someone, and the possible barriers that people who are new to the internet can experience. Upon completion of this programme, you will be able to say with confidence that you can help overcome digtial barriers and help those hesitant to approach the internet.

    Mentoring & Advocacy
    One off - a few hours
  4. Youth Mentor MATES program - Wimmera wide

    The Youth MATES Mentoring Program provides positive role models who mentor, assist, target, engage and enhance the skills and life experiences of young people. MATES matches young people and young adults (mentees) with an adult role model (mentor) from the local community. Mentors and mentees catch up for one hour, once a fortnight for one year. MATES is a great way to volunteer in the community

    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Horsham VIC