We’re always looking for passionate volunteers to join our team of women’s mentoring volunteers and other volunteers, with an aim to lead change. You’ll be making a genuine positive impact, while learning new skills, contributing to your local community and having fun.
The best part? You don’t need any prior experience to get involved – just a desire to support people and make a positive change for individuals and communities across Australia.
Asista Mentoring Program
Asista Mentoring Program utilises the power of role models to positively impact girls aged 12-18 in the child protection system on their journey to become strong, resilient adults.
Through a range of social and recreational activities, ‘matches’ develop genuine and reciprocal relationships that build self-esteem, resilience and confidence.
All mentor volunteers are provided with strong, ongoing support, training and supervision. Mentors are asked to commit to the program for a minimum of 12 months, with a requirement of two-six hours fortnightly face-to-face contact with your mentee. It is also essential to have a driver’s licence and access to a car.
Asista is run in greater metropolitan Melbourne.
Become a Mentor for Youth Frontiers Mentoring Program
We’re currently seeking female mentors in the Wollongong and Shellharbour Local Government Areas. If you’re aged over 18 and have a few hours a fortnight to give for a minimum of twelve months, you can make a difference to a young person. You don’t need any prior experience. Mentors will receive training and ongoing support to help them build a strong relationship with their mentee.
Become a Mentor for Y Connect
- Are you interested in assisting a woman living with disability realise their goals for employment and broaden their connections for potential employment?
- Do you have a minimum of 2 hours free each month to work with a woman living with a disability as a mentor?
The Y Connect program is seeking volunteers to mentor women living with a disability in the Darling Downs region in Queensland to work with participants to develop their strengths and work towards their employment and career aspirations for a period of 9 to 12 months, to meet with the mentee at an agreed time and location of mutual convenience.
Are you a keen writer with lots of opinions to share?
We’re on the lookout for the next generation of feminist thought leaders – if you want to write an article about something you’re passionate about that’s in line with YWCA values, we’re keen to hear from you!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your article idea, and we’ll have a chat about how we can possibly publish your article on our website!