Homework Clubs - Centre For Multicultural Youth.

Homework Club Volunteer

The Frankston Homework Club is operated in partnership with the New Hope Foundation and Woodleigh School on Tuesdays after school, for refugee students aged 15 to 19. At the Homework Clubs volunteer specialist tutors assist students in a range of subject areas, including maths, English and science, and help with study skills including research, essay writing and time management.

Homework Club Volunteer

Homework Club Volunteers are needed at a local school, assisting Aboriginal students and staff with homework and fun after school activities. A rewarding volunteer position for only 1.5 hours per week, this will make a positive difference in the lives of kids and their families in our community.

Homework Club Volunteer

Homework Help Club Volunteer Assistant. Description. Do you love working with children and young people? We are looking for inspirational individuals to help young people to access information and resources to help them with their studies. Our Homework Help Clubs encourage children to bring their school’s homework to the library and.

Homework Club Volunteer

The Homework Club Programme gives Queen’s University volunteers the chance to provide homework support to children and young people who live in areas of educational underachievement. These pupils may not have the opportunity to complete their homework at home which can lead to underachieving in school, low confidence and limited future opportunities.

Homework Club Volunteer

We are looking for 2 volunteer co-ordinators to run a homework club for the children who live in Camberley House, either 1 or 2 nights a week, for approximately 2 hours. This would consist of helping children do their homework.

Homework Club Volunteer

As a Homework Club Volunteer you would provide additional learning support to students with their homework, outside of normal school hours. Some of these students come from refugee and migrant backgrounds and may have limited access to homework help at home.

Homework Club Volunteer

Zest Online Homework Club Volunteer. As an Online Homework Club Volunteer, you will provide learning support for children via video chat. Either 1-2-1 or in small groups you will help children of different ages continue to learn while they are unable to go to school.

Homework Club Volunteer

Students attending homework club requires assistance in a range of subject areas, including maths, English, science, research and essay writing. Tutors are required to provide one-on-one tutoring to students in specific subject.. Responsibilities: Provide educational assistance to students with their homework and assignments.

Homework Club Volunteer

Make a difference in a child's life, volunteer with the Homework Club! Huntington Beach Public Library is seeking volunteers to assist elementary school students with their homework in all subject.

Homework Club Volunteer

Help children in grades K-5th with their homework and other enrichment activities. Tuesdays or Thursdays 4-5pm. You either own this opportunity, already applied for this opportunity, or are not registered as a volunteer!

Homework Club Volunteer

Hume Volunteer Gateway.. Homework Club. Free assistance is available to help primary and secondary school students with completing their homework. Homework Clubs provide support to parents in the development of their children’s literacy, numeracy and study skills.