Give back to your local community by volunteering with City of Ryde Libraries which offers a variety of services and programs to the community.
Volunteering is a great way for you to connect with the community and to use your skills and time to help others.
We seek enthusiastic volunteers for the following:
The ideal volunteer will be warm and friendly and is passionate about engaging with members of our community to help us create inclusive social spaces in our Libraries.
We seek volunteers as English teachers and tutors to run our English Conversation Classes for adult migrants who do not speak English as a first language.
The classes are designed to target adult migrant learners with a focus on improving conversation skills at beginner and intermediate levels. Participants will be adults across a variety of ages and cultures. Volunteers are encouraged to share their cultural experiences and knowledge of living in Australia with the students.
Volunteers would also ideally be qualified teachers (including ESL) or have experience teaching English as a Second Language to migrant learners.
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City of Ryde Libraries offer Justices of the Peace service to the local community. If you are a currently registered Justice of the Peace and have time to volunteer to serve our diverse community, we would love to hear from you. Skills in Languages other than English are beneficial but not essential.
Libraries are home to fun children's activities that include singing, reading and engaging crafts, and allows them to meet other kids. Kids activity assistants will be required to help with:
Successful applicants will be required to obtain a free Working with Children Check (Volunteers).
Musical Mornings program is hosted at Ryde Library every second Monday of the month from 9.00am — 12.00pm. We are looking for a volunteer that can commit during those 2 hours and can be tasked with: