Help Dare - Restoring Worth with 10 volunteers for 1-4 hours for tutoring our high school learners.

Johannesburg, Gauteng

  • Dare - Restoring Worth

    needs your help

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  • 10 volunteer(s) still needed
  • 1-4 hours
  • Randburg
  • 20 August 2017
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  Volunteers (5)
  Similar Needs (12)
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Our Need

Help Dare - Restoring Worth with 10 volunteers for 1-4 hours for tutoring our high school learners.

Need Background

We need graduates and/or professionals volunteers to assist our high school learners with Physical Science for an hour, once a month on a Saturday. We meet at the learners school in Soweto.


Interested candidates can email us on info@darerw.co.za.

We appreciate you assistance.

Volunteers

Stanley volunteers I am passionate about helping peooi I want to help high school children with their studies am currently studying at university of Johannesburg i can hell with englisg.geography life sciences lo and home languages
2 day(s) ago

I am passionate about helping peooi I want to help high school children with their studies am currently studying at university of Johannesburg i can hell with englisg.geography life sciences lo and home languages


Precious volunteers I would like to volunteer my time for tutoring Physical science.
13 day(s) ago

I would like to volunteer my time for tutoring Physical science.


Itumeleng volunteers Mathematics grade 8-11 Agriculture 10-11 Life sciences 10-11
1 month(s) ago

Mathematics grade 8-11 Agriculture 10-11 Life sciences 10-11


Ayanda volunteers Hi I can help these pupils by helping them with their home work's where they struggle also give them some motivation because many pupils needs motivation at secodary level with other skill which is related to their study's
1 month(s) ago

Hi I can help these pupils by helping them with their home work's where they struggle also give them some motivation because many pupils needs motivation at secodary level with other skill which is related to their study's


Alux volunteers I like math and would like to transmit my way of solving math problem to kids.
1 month(s) ago

I like math and would like to transmit my way of solving math problem to kids.


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  4. Know where you’re going. If you’re headed off the beaten track or into an unfamiliar part of town, be sure you have directions and a GPS or map book.
  5. If you feel unsafe, consult the person in charge and let him or her know.
  6. Avoid wearing expensive jewellery: it could get damaged, lost or stolen.
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  8. Look out for hazards. Every job has its hazards—even jobs you don’t get paid to perform. For example, if you’re volunteering at an animal shelter, be sure to ask whether the animals are likely to bite and how to avoid it.

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About this Cause

Dare - Restoring Worth

We help mentor high school Girl learners. by providing mentoring workshops,mentors & career guidance


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