Found 11 Migrant Services volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Video Production Volunteer

    SSI is a community organisation and social business that supports newcomers and other Australians to achieve their full potential. We work with all people who have experienced vulnerability, including refugees, people seeking asylum and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, to build capacity and enable them to overcome inequality.

    Id:162338
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Ashfield NSW
  2. 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
  3. ESL Bilingual Tutor (English and Chinese)

    Are you a retired teacher or ESL trained tutor? We are looking for volunteers to teach or tutor migrants basic English skills (including conversation).

    Id:147338
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Box Hill VIC
  4. Operations Assistant (Work Placement)

    Assist day to day operations and logistics tasks to support the social enterprise team.

    Id:90633
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Richmond VIC
  5. Volunteer Tutor/Mentor for Homework Club Program - Southport

    The purpose of the position is to assist the students homework / assignments and to support their well being. The students ages are from 7 to 18, from primary year 1 to high school year 12. The volunteers need a creative and open mind to assist the students, have patience, empathy and the right attitude. A Blue card is required. Various positions available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 3pm - 5pm. Day to be negotiated with coordinator.

    Id:121083
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Southport QLD
  6. Volunteer Tutor/Mentor for Homework Club Program - Labrador

    The purpose of the position is to assist the students homework/assignments and to support their well being. The students ages are from 7 to 18, from primary year 1 to high school year 12. The volunteers need a creative and open mind to assist the students, have patience, empathy and the right attitude. A Blue card is required. Monday from 3:00pm to 4:45pm at Labrador Primary State School.

    Id:130151
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Labrador QLD
  7. Volunteer Tutor/Mentor for Homework Club Program - Broadbeach

    The purpose of the position is to assist the students homework / assignments and to support their well being. The students ages are from 7 to 18, from primary year 1 to high school year 12. The volunteers need a creative and open mind to assist the students, have patience, empathy and the right attitude. A Blue card is required. Monday - Broadbeach Primary from 3:15pm to 5.00 pm

    Id:130163
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Broadbeach QLD
  8. Food Safety Teacher

    SisterWorks is a partner of UN Women, to deliver UN Women’ Second Chance Education pilot project in Australia. SisterWorks provides training programs to the most vulnerable women with little English of Refugee and migrant backgrounds. As a Food Safety Teacher, you will be working with 1 other teacher to deliver the food safety content of our eight-week Cooking and Nutrition Programme.

    Id:159593
    Migrant Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Dandenong VIC
  9. 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
  10. Land Of Welcome Social Media Officer

    This volunteer position enables Land Of Welcome to • Establish a report with people sharing the values of Land of Welcome • Build their desire to attend Land of Welcome picnics and support the organisation’s activities, fundraising • Contribute to volunteer engagement Your contribution to the achievement of Land Of Welcome’s objectives will be recognized by a formal certificate of appreciation. A job well done may open new opportunities for you with people within our network who might benefit

    Id:100598
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Darwin NT, Barton ACT, Hobart TAS
  11. Land of Welcome Newsletter Editor

    About the role This volunteer position enables Land Of Welcome to • Welcome email subscribers and nurture their engagement • Attract a broader range of people from highly supportive of people seeking asylum to less supportive. Your contribution to the achievement of Land Of Welcome’s objectives will be recognized by a formal certificate of appreciation. A job well done may open new opportunities for you with people within our network who might benefit from your skills.

    Id:100609
    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Alawa NT, Adelaide SA, Perth WA, Hobart TAS, City ACT, Melbourne VIC, Sydney NSW, Brisbane City QLD