Youth @ The Booth – Elections BC is hiring students. Please click the link for more information and see the attached file. https://elections.bc.ca/employment/youth-at-the-booth-election-workers/
To apply email your application to: applyOBG@elections.bc.ca
If you are between 15 and 29 you're invited to join Youth 20/20 Can! Volunteers meet regularly to share ideas about projects, events, or activities that matter to them they want to lead and manage in community. Once youth have identified projects, the volunteers partner with community members to plan and host events, activities, or projects - everything from learning about food security issues, to creating murals, and hosting activities at festivals and conferences. Volunteers are supported by Youth Engagement Workers who help coordinate events and activities and meet with youth to make sure their needs are being met.
Benefit to Volunteer: Volunteers are invited to participate in 3 free training sessions over the course of the year on topics that are chosen by youth to help them build skills and learn.
Time Commitment: Participate in planning, volunteering, and/or training events for an average of 10 hours per month.
Contact: Meghan Soutar at email@example.com
Click here for access to information and the application. Applications are due by 4pm March 18th.
Canucks Autism Network provides year-round sports and recreation programs for individuals with autism. Our volunteers work in a fun and fast-paced sports and recreation environment offering high levels of support to our participants (most programs offer 1-1 support). Volunteers do not need any prior experience to be part of our programs – a training session as well as hands-on training during the program will be provided.
We run a number of different sports and recreation programs, social and other programs in Victoria. Programs take place on weekday evenings and weekends and last for one to three hours, depending on the selected program. Volunteers would be asked to support a program, once per week, for one season. Alternatively, volunteers can join our substitute lists to step in and lend a hand when needed!
Students interested in volunteering can visit www.canucksautism.ca/volunteer or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Please note that volunteers must be 16 years or older.
I am the Halloween Event Co-ordinator of the Vancouver Island Model Engineers at the Saanich Historical Society. This event is a young family Halloween Event “Pumpkin Express” which is held on Oct 18, 19, 20 from 4:30-8:30.
We are again looking for interested mature students who would like to assist us in preparing for this event. The prep would include work parties set up for decorating the forest areas the train runs through etc.,as well as volunteering during the event with supervision of game activities, haunted house, craft tables, pumpkin carving, haunted story walks, scavenger hunt in the grave yard, face painting. etc.
Our Halloween orientation will be held on Sunday, Sept 15, 11am to 3 pm. I will combine this Orientation with our first work party making and creating Scarecrows. This Orientation will include meeting the volunteers and myself, a safety briefing of our event, more info dates held for work parties, and hotdogs/chips/drink will be provided.
VIME (Vancouver Island Model Engineer Society) is presenting a Family Friendly Halloween Event...The Pumpkin Express. Event dates are October 21, 22, 23 from 4:00-8:30 each evening.
If you have students interested in joining our very enthusiastic team of volunteers at VIME please contact me, the event coordinator Diana Wigen at email@example.com Please make subject line "Pumpkin Express Volunteer"
Students will be given a record of volunteer hours upon request.
Thanks so much
Halloween Co-ordinator VIME firstname.lastname@example.org
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