We are not advertising a job you can apply for? Then why not apply for some volunteer work at Spectrum MRC?
When the need arises, Spectrum MRC advertises volunteer positions on this page. You can also register your details on our volunteer database by completing the volunteer application form below and returning it to email@example.com. Don’t forget to let us know the kind of volunteer work you are looking for so we can try and match you properly if something comes up!
Please note that once you send us your application form, your details will be registered on our volunteer database and we will be in contact if there is a suitable volunteer role required.
Volunteer Application Form July 2011.doc 107.50 kB
|Title||Location||Brief description||Full position description||Closing date|
|Multicultural Playgroup||Walker Street Housing Estate Northcote||
Multicultural Playgroup Volunteer 2011 (PDF) 100.06 kB
|Homework Tutor||Preston||The African Homework Support Program provides support to young people and children fromAfrican backgrounds. Students are supported by a maths tutor from Darebin Youth Services(DYS), Two Student Coordinators from DYS and Spectrum MRC and volunteer tutors fromSpectrum MRC who support students in a range of subjects including English. Volunteers aresupported by and report to the Spectrum Coordinator. The program is open to all African Australian young people and children, the majority of students attending are from refugeebackgrounds. The program has developed in response to the recognised need for out of schoolhours homework and study support for young African Australian students.||
Homework Tutor Volunteer 2011 (PDF) 104.94 kB
|Drive to Thrive||Preston/Coburg||The Drive to Thrive Project aims to provide 20 newly arrived refugees and migrants with targetedtraining and practiced supervised experience on the roads. Drive to Thrive aims to improve refugeeand migrant’s mobility and consequently increase positive opportunities such as employment,education and social inclusion and decrease isolation and the feelings of disempowerment that settlingin a new country can invoke.||
Drive to Thrive Volunteer 2011 (PDF) 100.90 kB
|Bus Driver for the Basketball Program||To collect young basketball players and drop them off at either the Coburg or Banksia Stadium.||
Bus Driver Basketball Volunteer 2010 (PDF) 104.48 kB