There are many ways for you to be a part of Diversitat.
Diversitat employs approximately 300 employees across the organisation. To be a part of this passionate and committed family, please visit our Careers at Diversitat page.
Tuesday 16th August 2016, 6-7.30pm - Northern Community Hub, 25-41 Arunga Ave, Norlane
Thursday 18th August 2016, 6-7.30pm - Northern Community Hub, 25-41 Arunga
The following is an overview of the steps to becoming a volunteer within the Settlement Services and the Asylum Seeker Programs:
- Attend a Volunteer Information Evening
Individuals interested in becoming a volunteer must first attend a Diversitat Volunteer Information Evening.
The following is an overview of the steps to becoming a volunteer tutor within Diversitat’s Volunteer Tutor Program:
- Attend a Volunteer Information Session
People interested in becoming a volunteer tutor must first attend a Diversitat Volunteer Information Session. At the
An exciting new collaboration between Diversitat, Geelong Regional Libraries Corporation, City of Greater Geelong and Centre for Multicultural Youth has resulted in a new homework club for Geelong.
The homework club is located at Corio Library and aims to support
The Volunteer Housing Support Program is aimed at supporting the housing needs of new arrivals. Housing is one of the most significant factors in successful settlement, yet the system in Australia is highly dependent upon English literacy and knowledge and skills
The Volunteer Tutor Program is designed and developed to assist adult migrants and refugees improve their English language skills alongside developing familiarity with Australian culture.
Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department
The GREAT at Home Program will give students extra support with their homework, reading, writing and English language. Volunteer tutors are paired together and are matched with a refugee family. The volunteer tutors will attend the family home, after hours, to provide one
GREAT is a volunteer based homework support program aimed at assisting refugee school students with numeracy and literacy skill development. The North Geelong Secondary College (NGSC) Homework Club provides free homework and English language support to refugee students. In
A homework club which aims to support students recently arrived to Australia of refugee background has recently been established at the Wexford Compus of Northern Bay College. The homework club requires the support of volunteers who provide literacy support. Students attending
The Driving Practice Program is a volunteer mentor support program aimed at assisting mature age refugees gain the driving experience they require to be safe and competent drivers.
Volunteers come from all walks of life and no prior experience is necessary. Volunteers
Do you have skills in sewing? Are you interested in empowering women? Are you a people person who is interested in learning about other cultures? If so, the Stitch Sewing Program may be the volunteer program for you!
Held on Wednesdays from 11am to 2pm and Thursdays from 11am
94.7 The Pulse is a community radio station run on a non-for-profit basis. Presenters and staff at 94.7 The Pulse are mostly volunteer contributors. Community radio is a vibrant industry full of people who are in it because they love it Community radio exists to serve people in
Pako Festa: There are a number of opportunities for volunteers to become involved with this exciting event!