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enke: Make Your Mark: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

enke: Make Your Mark (enke) is a youth development organisation that inspires and supports young South Africans who are taking action on the most urgent social issues. The organisation empowers young leaders to make their mark on their community, their country and their world.

enke: Make Your Mark seeks to appoint a Chief Executive Officer (CEO), based in Braamfontein, Johannesburg with travel as required (approximately one week per month; overtime and weekend work will be expected).

Yabonga: Fundraiser

Yabonga is a NGO aiming to enable children and youth disadvantaged through socioeconomic circumstances and the impact of HIV to reach their full potential. Drawing on family, community and state structures, Yabonga offers a comprehensive model of care for vulnerable children and youth. In providing holistic support, we stimulate healthy emotional, social and academic development, and build capacity to lead productive lives. 

Yabonga  seeks to appoint a Fundraiser with a community development interest, based in the Cape Town.

Yabonga: Community Social Worker

Yabonga is a NGO aiming to enable children and youth disadvantaged through socioeconomic circumstances and the impact of HIV to reach their full potential. Drawing on family, community and state structures, Yabonga offers a comprehensive model of care for vulnerable children and youth. In providing holistic support, we stimulate healthy emotional, social and academic development, and build capacity to lead productive lives. 

Yabonga  seeks to appoint a Community Social Worker, based in the Cape Town.

Life Choices: Family Affairs Social Worker

Life Choices ia a distinctive for profit organisation, even though the organisation is registered as a nonprofit organisation, Life Choices considers itself as for profit as it works for human profit. Life Choices challenges mindsets and inspires growth. The organisation provides the ground for youth to find solutions to their own life journey.

Life Choices seeks to appoint a Social Worker to work in the Family Affairs programme, based in Cape Town.

The Family Affairs Programme supports and works with families to become supportive environments for youth to thrive.

Life Choices: Family Affairs Job Search Counselor

Life Choices ia a distinctive for profit organisation, even though the organisation is registered as a nonprofit organisation, Life Choices considers itself as for profit as it works for human profit. Life Choices challenges mindsets and inspires growth. The organisation provides the ground for youth to find solutions to their own life journey.

Life Choices seeks to appoint a Job Search Counselor to work in the Family Affairs programme, based in Cape Town.

The Family Affairs Programme supports and works with families to become supportive environments for youth to thrive.

Living Through Learning: Education and Training Manager

Living Through Learning (LTL) is a non-governmental organisation in the education sector assisting in the literacy and technical subject arenas to uplift and equip disadvantaged youth with the requisite skills to succeed in life.

Living Through Learning seeks to appoint an Education and Training Manager, based in Wynberg, Cape Town.

The Education and Training manager will manage learning programmes. S/he should be passionate about education, upliftment and have strong administrative skills.

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Project Literacy: Operation Manager

Project Literacy was established initially as a grassroots literacy project in 1973, and registered as a non profit company in 1986, to address the needs of illiterate and semi-literate adults in South Africa. The company is a leader in learning with more than 40 years experience in ABET provision; it is a well established and highly respected non profit company with expertise in a wide range of Education and Training programmes. With its headquarters in Pretoria, its training programmes reach adults and youth learners nationwide.

Action Volunteers Africa: Volunteers - GAP Programme

The Action Volunteers Africa (AVA) programme encourages young South Africans to become vibrant, involved citizens who take responsibility for their own development and who, through their own sustained efforts, have a better chance of progressing successfully and entering the world of work.

AVA seeks to appoint Volunteers to work as tutors in the pilot Volunteers GAP Programme, based in Western Cape.

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