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Current Volunteer opportunities

Help young Australians in need

The Smith Family welcomes applications to volunteer from all people who want to make a difference, regardless of education, background or skill set. We regularly have volunteer opportunities available throughout the country to match a range of interests, skills and availabilities.

Search by state to find out how you can join our volunteer community and give your time or skills to help support young Australians in need. Please note that in most cases, all volunteers must be over 18 years of age.

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QLD

Career Mentor

  • Location: Various Locations, QLD
  • Time Commitment: 2 days per semester, plus additional phone and email contact
Help a young person in need to succeed. Share your firsthand industry knowledge, and insights into how to gain work experience. Connect Students with a wider network of professional contacts. Make a real difference
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Learning Club Tutor

  • Location: Multiple locations statewide
  • Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week, typically just after school
This role provides the opportunity to use and enhance your tutoring, mentoring and relationship skills, alongside other passionate team members!
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Learning Club Facilitator

  • Location: Multiple locations statewide
  • Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week, typically just after school
Directly supporting our Program Coordinator with the administration and coordination of the Learning Club
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