No experience necessary: all training provided. You don’t need to be a teacher or have previous experience in tutoring to volunteer - all training is provided.
Volunteering opportunities in FNQ
Make a difference in peoples life ! We are looking for volunteers to assist us in the gym and Hydropool.
We are in need of a volunteer who will need to have a musical background and is able to work with people with a lived experience of mental illness. We are hoping to establish a small choir here at the Junction
The Driver helpers responsibilities include loading and unloading meals by hand or by use of hand trucks, collecting all meals or supplies, and ensuring that the delivery vehicle is clean at all times. You should also be able to build and maintain solid inter-departmental relationships to ensure effective communication.
It is a varied position where no two days will be the same, providing a rewarding and welcoming learning experience to the Museum through guided visits to the public. This role requires a well presented individual, with good communication and interpersonal skills. Full training and an introduction will be provided to the Museum exhibits. The Museum is open Monday to Saturday, with two guides or hosts working together.
If you enjoy engaging with primary school children and have a knack for storytelling, we would love to have you as part of our Museum Schools Team. You will be working with a small team in a supervised, supported environment. You don’t need to be a teacher – a delight in talking with kids is the main skill we are seeking. Our Schools Team lead school activities in the Museum, as well as running off-site programs through our History on the Move trailer
Assist at a Bunnings Sausage Sizzle, working along with 5 other volunteers. Able to do a two 2-hour shifts in a specific role (either greeting, cooking, taking orders, collect or floater). If helping to set up (between 7:30am and 8;00am) or pack up (from 4pm), some lifting/manual work is involved.
If gardening and making new friends appeal to you, come and help us to keep our grounds in tip top condition.
We need volunteers to assist in a Thrift Shop by interacting with customers and bagging purchases. The role would also involve ringing up sales and handling cash. At least two individuals work in the shop, which is open from Monday to Saturday, 9 am till noon. Prior to opening, and closing, signage needs to be placed curbside. During trading hours, the stock will need to be tidied and morning tea to be served.
The Learning Club Tutor provides assistance in the literacy, numeracy and homework of students who attend the Learning Club through utilising training and resources provided by The Smith Family. The role requires a minimum of 10 week commitment, approx 1-2 hours per week.