Found 26 Migrant Services volunteering opportunities in Perth City

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  1. Conversational English at Mirrabooka Library (It's Just Chatting)

    Do you have just one hour a week to join us in an informal setting to assist staff and take part in a group activity with persons wish to practice the English language skills?

    Id:131113
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Mirrabooka WA
  2. Conversation Class Volunteer

    Want to help new City of Belmont residents from diverse cultural backgrounds practice their English? Are you patient, committed and motivated to help the participants develop their English speaking skills? Our new Conversation Group is looking for a person to lead the group in conversation.

    Id:86468
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Cloverdale WA
  3. Household Mentor

    Looking for a patient caring person to show a young mother of two children how to clean her home. This person has never lived in a house before and needs compassionate and clear guidance about how to clean and maintain her home.

    Id:163453
    Migrant Services
    One off - a few hours
    Mirrabooka WA
  4. Female English Language Mentor

    Looking for a female volunteer who is able to commit to supporting a non-English speaking female to learn English. All materials and phone support will be provided by TAFE

    Id:163764
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Mirrabooka WA
  5. Food Security Project Volunteer ‐ East Perth

    In Australian Red Cross’ Migration Support Programs we work directly with those seeking help irrespective of their legal status, their background or how their arrived in Australia. As a Food Security Volunteer, you’ll bring relief to vulnerable people by providing enough food for the week.

    Id:163722
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    East Perth WA
  6. Community Resilience Champion Swan and Perth Hills

    Red Cross is partnering with the City of Kalamunda, City of Swan and Shire of Mundaring to help prepare our community for emergencies. REDiPlan is a community education program providing practical information to help people make informed choices about preparing for all types of emergencies ranging from severe storms and house fire to extended power outages or health epidemics. We are seeking volunteer RediPlan Community Educators.

    Id:111936
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    East Perth WA
  7. Volunteer for Driving Supervision

    Volunteers are needed to provide driving assistance to clients who are seeking to obtain a driving licence.

    Id:3927
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Perth WA
  8. Literacy & Numeracy Mentors

    Mentors will provide students with individualised educational support, particularly in improving literacy and numeracy skills.

    Id:162491
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Bassendean WA
  9. ESL Teacher for Refugees and Migrants

    Teach English to newly arrived refugees and humanitarian entrants

    Id:4155
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Mirrabooka WA
  10. Refugee child mentors - Parkwood

    Make a difference to the life of a refugee child by supporting him/her at school. As a volunteer refugee child mentor, you can assist with school work while at the same time build confidence and self esteem.

    Id:58870
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Parkwood WA
  11. Tutor – Refugee Educational Support (Ballajura)

    The SAIL Program is seeking knowledgeable volunteers to tutor our students and build positive relationships centred on a value of education. Our program is a completely volunteer-run organisation which provides free tutoring, mentoring and community services to the Sudanese Australian refugee community. Please check our requirements, and apply via the SAIL Program website.

    Id:113976
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Ballajura WA
  12. Kitchen Hand – Refugee Educational Support (Ballajura)

    The SAIL Program is seeking a suitable kitchen hand volunteer to prepare all food and lunches for our students. Our program is a completely volunteer-run organisation which provides free tutoring, mentoring and community services to the Sudanese Australian refugee community. Please check our requirements, and apply via the SAIL Program website.

    Id:133623
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Ballajura WA
  13. Home Tutor - Adult Migrant English Program

    Would you like to work with a migrant or refugee to help them improve their language skills? Our tutors help people become more independent and learn how to communicate in the English language. Opportunities are available across the metropolitan area.

    Id:109028
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Ballajura WA, Ellenbrook WA, Beechboro WA, Midland WA
  14. Classroom Tutor - Adult Migrant English Program

    Would you like to work with a migrant or refugee to help them improve their language skills? Our tutors help people become more independent and learn how to communicate in the English language. Classroom Tutors are required to assist our qualified lecturers in a classroom at one of our campuses in Northbridge, Leederville, and Balga

    Id:109035
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Leederville WA, Balga WA, Northbridge WA
  15. Team Builders for Refugee Asylum Seeker Social Movement

    Assist and support State Team Leaders and share responsibilities across other Team Builders. The Team Builder role is designed to assist the State Team Leaders in project implementations as well as day to day administration of the Land of Welcome.

    Id:156916
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Melbourne VIC, Sydney NSW, Brisbane City QLD, Hobart TAS, Adelaide SA, Perth WA, Darwin NT
  16. Refugee Asylum Seeker Partnership Team members

    Reach out to and engage with external organisations that could complement Land Of Welcome. Approach country-of-origin-culture or faith-based communities and develop relationships with culturally diverse Community Leaders and organisations with the same goals and values 1. Identify approachable leaders of culturally-diverse communities in each state 2. Engage with country culture or faith of origin community groups 3. Establish contacts and liaise with

    Id:100612
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Fitzroy VIC, Doveton VIC, Sydney NSW, Brisbane City QLD, Glebe TAS, Adelaide SA, Perth WA, Darwin NT
  17. Student Mentor

    The Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre is seeking applications from potential volunteer mentors who are interested in providing one-to-one or group support after-school hours (weekday afternoons/weekends) for students in the Mentors for School Success program for a period of 3 months.

    Id:162913
    Migrant Services
    Any Duration
    Across: Lynwood WA, Huntingdale WA, Queens Park WA, Thornlie WA
  18. Mentors for School Success Program

    The Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre Inc. is a non-profit community organisation based in Mirrabooka which provides services across the metropolitan area. MMRC endeavours to bridge gaps that refugees and new migrants encounter during their settlement in Australia. With a dedicated team, from a variety of different ethnic backgrounds, MMRC supports their clients as they face a variety of settlement challenges and work with them to create a sense of community and acceptance.

    Id:162161
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Across: Mirrabooka WA, Spearwood WA, Cockburn Central WA
  19. School assistance for refugee children - Joondalup

    Make a difference to the life of a refugee child by supporting him/her at school. As a volunteer refugee child mentor, you can assist with school work while at the same time build confidence and self esteem. Volunteers are also required for homework clubs and school-holiday programs as well as English language tutoring for refugee parents.

    Id:146681
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Heathridge WA, Butler WA
  20. Refugee child tutors/mentors - Heathridge & Quinns Rock

    Make a difference to the life of a refugee child by supporting him/her at school. As a volunteer refugee child mentor, you can assist with school work while at the same time build confidence and self esteem.

    Id:70631
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Heathridge WA, Quinns Rocks WA, Joondalup WA, Hillarys WA