Foyer Oxford employs some incredibly skillful and committed people who support our fantastic residents. That’s the good news. The great news is that there is still space for you to get involved!
Sometimes we might be looking for help to enhance the work we do by involving volunteers in one-off events and activities. We also have longer term opportunities for a few special people who have the skills, knowledge and commitment to be a part of someone’s Foyer Oxford journey.
We are particularly keen to hear from Leederville locals, because local links are very important to us. We also have some specific options for employees of BHP Billiton, who are one of our major supporters.
At Foyer, we are dedicated to making sure that our volunteer opportunities accurately respond to the needs and interests of our diverse community. For this reason, our roles will often be quite specific and there may not always be a role that aligns with your skillset and interest.
At the moment, we are looking for reliable and passionate volunteers to join our RYDE program as driving mentors. If none of the current opportunities listed below suit you please check back later, as we update this page as new opportunities become available.
Please note, if you are a student and looking for work experience or a placement, please go to the Student Placement page here.
Are you a responsible driver able to volunteer an hour or two of your time per week? Are you passionate about making sure every young person gets the best possible start in life?
Volunteer as a mentor with the Foyer Oxford RYDE driving education program and join a dedicated team working with young people to help them achieve their goals.
To find out more about the role, click here. (You do not need to provide a car to be RYDE mentor, as we have a vehicle set aside for the program!)
Are you from a farming background with a good knowledge of how mathematical concepts are applied in a farming context? Or maybe you’re a maths teacher who is keen to share your knowledge of how maths is used in everyday life?
We are looking for someone to volunteer with us as a tutor assisting one of our residents with range of mathematical skills as they work toward their goal of working in a rural setting.
To find out more about the role, click here.
Didn’t find what you were looking for? If you have particular skill or interest you would like to volunteer to share, or if you have another volunteer-related question or enquiry, please get in touch with our Volunteer Support and Projects Officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org.