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Trouver une bonne cause et allez-y! Que ce soit votre premier temps au bénévolat ou si vous êtes un vétéran chevronné, nous avons ce qu'il vous. Quel type d' organisme sans but lucratif que vous voulez faire du bénévolat pour? Quel genre de bénévolat voulez-vous faire? Qui voulez-vous aider? Vous pouvez rechercher ci-dessous pour ces et d'autres préférences. Si vous n'êtes pas sûr exactement ce que vous cherchez, commencez une grande recherche, puis le réduire.

Les possibilités de bénévolat

Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Deirdre is a 60-year-old woman who lives independently. She is looking for a volunteer Advocate who can spend time with her doing social activities and some activities for daily living. Her interests are wide: art, classical music, jazz, walking and many others.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

Change Two Lives - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMcWEQdN920

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 390 Bank St, K2P 1Y2
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Rob loves being active especially when it involves bowling, swimming and skating. He would like benefit from having a volunteer Advocate who likes being active and is willing to join him each week. He communicates by writing or by signing and lives in the Uplands area.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

Change Two Lives - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMcWEQdN920

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 3360 Paul Anka Drive, K1V 9S4
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Jeune femme francophone de 48 ans habitant dans une famille d’accueil à Orléans et ayant de nombreux intérêts, en particulier : le ski alpin, le soccer, les quilles, le cinéma, les restaurants pour ne citer que cela. Elle recherche une femme francophone pour s’amuser avec elle et l’aider avoir un peu de plaisir le soir et en fin de semaine.

Si vous aimez passer du temps avec les gens et vous êtes disponible pendant une ou deux heures par semaine, nous vous invitons à communiquer avec nous. Un bénévole doit avoir 18 ans ou plus et être prêt à s’engager pour un jumelage de 12 mois [N.B: Votre statut au Canada peut affecter votre capacité à réaliser cet engagement, par exemple visa de visiteur, visa d’étudiant, demandeur de statut de réfugié]. L’encadrement et le soutien continu sont fournis aux bénévoles.

Vous pouvez avoir un profond impact dans la vie d’une personne ayant un handicap de plusieurs façons: en diminuant sa solitude, en l’aidant à réaliser ses rêves, en développant son réseau personnel, en diminuant sa vulnérabilité, en augmentant son estime de soi et en contribuant à améliorer sa santé physique et mentale.

Veuillez vous joindre à plus de 250 bénévoles parrains et marraines qui enrichissent la vie des gens de leur communauté. Vous en gagnerez une merveilleuse amitié avec une personne qui partage des activités que vous aimez.

Les gens ont besoin de vous!

Êtes-vous intéressé? Veuillez communiquer directement avec nous par email mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org ou au téléphone 613-761-9522 poste 222
Endroit : Orléans Blvd, Ottawa, ON K1C 3J1
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Jeune homme de 28 ans vivant à Orléans recherche un homme de son âge pour passer du temps avec lui, l’aider à développer ses habiletés sociales et lui suggérer des activités. Il aime les arts, la natation, le cinéma, les randonnées dans la forêt et faire du bénévolat au musée.

Si vous aimez passer du temps avec les gens et vous êtes disponible pendant une ou deux heures par semaine, nous vous invitons à communiquer avec nous. Un bénévole doit avoir 18 ans ou plus et être prêt à s’engager pour un jumelage de 12 mois [N.B: Votre statut au Canada peut affecter votre capacité à réaliser cet engagement, par exemple visa de visiteur, visa d’étudiant, demandeur de statut de réfugié]. L’encadrement et le soutien continu sont fournis aux bénévoles.

Vous pouvez avoir un profond impact dans la vie d’une personne ayant un handicap de plusieurs façons: en diminuant sa solitude, en l’aidant à réaliser ses rêves, en développant son réseau personnel, en diminuant sa vulnérabilité, en augmentant son estime de soi et en contribuant à améliorer sa santé physique et mentale.

Veuillez vous joindre à plus de 250 bénévoles parrains et marraines qui enrichissent la vie des gens de leur communauté. Vous en gagnerez une merveilleuse amitié avec une personne qui partage des activités que vous aimez.

Les gens ont besoin de vous!

Êtes-vous intéressé? Veuillez communiquer directement avec nous par email mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org ou au téléphone 613-761-9522 poste 222
Endroit : Orléans Blvd, Ottawa, ON K1C 3J1
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Rick is in his 40s and is passionate about writing and making music. He would like a volunteer Advocate who also has a strong interest in music as well as a good sense of humour and a laid-back attitude.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

Change two lives! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMcWEQdN920

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 1356 Clyde Ave, Ottawa K1N 8E4
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Marilyn is a senior who has been on our waiting list for seven years. She is very engaging and loves being around people, babies and animals. She communicates very well despite her limited verbal skills. Marilyn enjoys getting out into the community and seeing new things. She would benefit from a volunteer Advocate who can spend with her each week exploring her local community.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

Change Two Lives - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMcWEQdN920

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 101 Centrepointe Drive, Ottawa K2G 5K7
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Brian is in his early 20s and has a quirky sense of humour. He would benefit from a volunteer Advocate around the same age who has a sense of humour and loves being active (biking, hiking, kayaking).

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 3009 Carling Ave, Ottawa K2B 7Y6
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Maggie is a senior who is isolated. She would like a volunteer Advocate to go out with her for coffee, walks around local parks and local attractions. In addition, she would appreciate your help to go grocery shopping.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 300 Goulburn Ave, Ottawa K1N 8E4
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Nadine is in her mid 40s and communicates through an assistive device. She likes to visits museums, go for coffee, watch videos, read magazines and go for the occasional mani/pedi.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 1275 Richmond Rd, K2B 8E3
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Alec is in his early 20s and enjoys spending time on his computer, iphone and ipad. He would like a volunteer Advocate who shared his passion who would also like to go to park and play ball and be accepting of other interests.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 1375 Baseline Rd, K2C0A8
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Sylvia is looking for a volunteer Advocate to help her be more social (going for coffee, walks and shopping) and who could also help her keep her paperwork organized and plants alive. Her ideal Advocate is warm, kind, genuine and has a good sense of humour.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 474 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K2P 2E6
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Kevin is in his mid-20s and likes to play games, watch tv, visit museums and go to movies. He would like a friend who shares some of his interests, is patient and willing to spend a couple of hours, one evening or at the weekend, with him.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 1315 Prince of Wales Dr, Ottawa, ON K2C 1N2
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
Are you an open-minded, patient person who would enjoy doing crafts, shopping and going for walks with Grace? Grace is a woman in her late 50s who lives with a disability. She would like to spend time each week with a volunteer Advocate who enjoys some of her interests.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 185 Lyon St, Ottawa K1R 7Y4
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
George is in his early 60s who feels isolated from his community. He would like a friend who enjoys playing and watching tennis, is patient and willing to spend a couple of hours, one evening or at the weekend, with him.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. You will gain a wonderful new friendship – someone to share activities that you love. You need to be over the age of 18 and to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org or 613-761-9522 ext. 222
Endroit : 18 Rosemount Ave, Ottawa K1Y 1P4
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Citizen Advocacy Ottawa
We have over 300 people with disabilities in Ottawa who are feeling isolated and alone, wishing they had a volunteer friend and advocate through our organization. Most of them will have to wait two and a half years to be matched. Will you help one person to get off of our waiting list?

Being a volunteer advocate is convenient, flexible, and rewarding. We match people one-on-one, who live in locations convenient to each other, and with similar interests and shared activities. You spend time with your match, with the possibility of also including your family and friends. You get together three or four times a month at your convenience, and do what friends do: go for coffee, take a walk, or get out to an event. This can have a huge impact in the life of someone with a disability who is feeling isolated and alone.

As a volunteer you need to be over the age of 18 and make a minimum commitment of 12 months to this role [Note: your status in Canada may affect your ability to make this commitment e.g. visitor visa, student visa, refugee claimant]. Preparation and ongoing support are provided.

As a friend to someone with a disability you can have a profound effect on their life by reducing loneliness and isolation; helping to achieve hopes and dreams; developing personal networks and relationships; decreasing vulnerability; and increasing self-confidence, mental and physical health.

Join our team of more than 250 volunteer advocates who are enriching the lives of someone in their community. People need people!

INTERESTED? CONTACT US DIRECT AT mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org OR 613-761-9522 ext. 222

À Ottawa, plus de 300 personnes isolées à cause de leurs handicaps souhaiteraient être jumelées à travers notre organisation avec un ami et défenseur bénévole. La plupart attendront 2 ans et demi avant d’être jumelées. Aimeriez-vous aider une de ces personnes à être rayée de nos listes d’attente?

Si vous aimez passer du temps avec les gens et vous êtes disponible pendant une ou deux heures par semaine, nous vous invitons à communiquer avec nous. Un bénévole doit avoir 18 ans ou plus et être prêt à s’engager pour un jumelage de 12 mois [N.B : Votre statut au Canada peut affecter votre capacité à réaliser cet engagement, par exemple visa de visiteur, visa d'étudiant, demandeur de statut de réfugié]. L’encadrement et le soutien continu sont fournis aux bénévoles.

Vous pouvez avoir un profond impact dans la vie d’une personne ayant un handicap de plusieurs façons: en diminuant sa solitude, en l’aidant à réaliser ses rêves, en développant son réseau personnel, en diminuant sa vulnérabilité, en augmentant son estime de soi et en contribuant à améliorer sa santé physique et mentale.

COMMUNIQUEZ AVEC NOUS: mredpath@citizenadvocacy.org OU 613-761-9522 poste 222
Endroit : Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: fév 2, 2018
Organisme : Habitat for Humanity - Greater Ottawa
The Family Selection Committee (FSC) is composed of volunteers and the Family Services Manager. The mandate of the committee is to review applications of potential homeowners. Applications are reviewed regarding the families need for housing as well as their financial stability to ensure successful homeownership. This includes reviewing applications, completing home visits, interviewing potential homeowners and their families. The position will enable Habitat GO and the potential families to ensure a positive and prosperous outcome from the program, all in accordance with Habitat GO’s Family Selection policies.
The FSC Chair then presents qualifying families to the Board of Directors for final approval and acceptance into the homeownership program. Through collaborative measures the FSC members play a critical and rewarding role in helping Habitat GO choose its future homeowners.

Duties of Members
The basic duties of the Family Selection Committee members are as follows:
• To review and screen applications and conduct initial interviews with applicants;
• To ensure that all potential families understand the application process, selection process and selection criteria;
• To assure the selection process follows the law and uses objective, legal and non-discriminatory selection criteria;
• To participate in the final selection of partner families;
• To report on the status of potential candidates to the Family Services Manager on a regular basis;

Time Commitment
All FSC members are required to commit to attending the monthly meetings. The FSC takes a recess for the summer and does not meet in July and August.
In addition to the monthly meetings, FSC members are required to conduct home visits of applicants, averaging 2 visits a year. Members are also encouraged to be Ambassadors of Habitat Go through recruitment of new members and to promote Habitat Go within their communities.

Length of Service
FSC members should commit to a minimum term of 1 year, and are encouraged to serve on the committee for a maximum of 4 years if they choose to continue.

If you are interested in applying for the Family Selection Committee, please send your resume to Jenny Grenville at volunteer@habitatgo.com.
Endroit : 768 Belfast Rd
Date limite pour postuler: déc 31, 2017
Organisme : Orleans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre
Provide one on one support to low-income persons in the completion and filing of their basic income tax returns. Working with a team of staff and volunteers. Flexible assignments during the current tax season from March to April 2017. Police record check is required, must attend an orientation meeting prior to placement. Bilingual positions only.
Endroit : 240 Centrum Blvd. Orléans
Date limite pour postuler: jan 10, 2018
Organisme : Unitarian House of Ottawa
Unitarian House (UHO) is seeking applications for four board governor (director) positions. The specific skill sets are:

1. Financial literacy.
2. Property management, including capital and maintenance.
3. Fund raising.
4. Elder care.

Unitarian House is a vibrant community for seniors, offering security, freedom and opportunities for personal fulfilment and comfort overlooking the Ottawa River Parkway.

Know for its friendly atmosphere, the House creates opportunities for residents to share interests, make new friends and participate in the wealth of activities taking place each day.

The House is a unique mix of Retirement and Independent living in a welcoming community of residents, staff, families and volunteers.

New governors will be selected primarily based on skill set, with additional attention paid to passion and commitment to UHO values, connection to the community and board expertise.
Endroit : 20 Cleary Avenue
Ottawa, On
K2A 3Z9
Date limite pour postuler: déc 15, 2017
Organisme : O/C Assoc.for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Do you have some spare time and enjoy crafts, art work, baking/cooking or drama? Do you like to exercise or enjoy yoga? Do you like challenging your creative side? Well if you do, we have several programs looking for individuals to run small groups for individuals with developmental disabilities once a week.
Endroit : Various locations throughout Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: jan 16, 2018
Organisme : Matthew House Ottawa: Refugee Services & Furniture Bank
Matthew House Furniture Bank is seeking a few volunteer Receptionists to help us provide quality used furniture to those who are struggling in our community. Our clients include: refugees, single mothers, those transitioning from homeless shelters, and others who have lost their possessions. Our clients are referred from over 50 social service agencies. We help over 60 families per month.

Applicants are asked to fill-out our online Application Form at: https://app.betterimpact.com/Application/?OrganizationGuid=4b676f62-db14-4e87-b363-db20e315928e&ApplicationFormNumber=1

Roles and Responsibilities:
-Explain procedures to clients who are in need of furniture;
-Maintain client paperwork, filing, reporting and other tasks as requested by the Program Director;
-Handle client complaints in a professional and courteous way;
-Keep accurate records of services provided;
-Operate within the guidelines outlined by the MHO: FB; and
-Focus on and execute safe work practices to achieve a safe work environment.

Position Essentials:
-Personable, punctual professional whose strengths include cultural sensitivity and the ability to build rapport in a diverse multicultural setting;
-Exceptional communicator, who effectively conveys information both verbally and written;
-Must be a thinker and a problem solver;
-Works well in a fast paced environment;
-Well organized;
-Computer literate (knowledge of Google docs an asset);
-Empathetic and non-judgmental attitude with a concern for the well-being of individuals, families and communities;
-Must be available 4-6 hours a week;
-Shifts are as follows: Mondays 10:00am – 2:00pm and/or Wednesdays 12:00pm - 4:00pm. Training will begin in December; however, regular shifts will begin in January.
Endroit : 340 Legget Dr., Door 53
Ottawa, ON
K2K 1Y6
Date limite pour postuler: déc 8, 2017
Organisme : Habitat for Humanity - Greater Ottawa
We are opening a new Habitat Restore in Stittsville in February 2018 and we are looking for volunteers to join our team! The ReStore is a nonprofit retail home renovation centre. Sales generate funds to support our operations and home building program, while reducing the amount of usable materials that are headed for overflowing landfills. We are looking for volunteers to help in the following areas: set-up of new ReStore, merchandise pick up, customer service, loading and unloading merchandise from ReStore vehicles, repair damaged merchandise, assemble merchandise, and assist in moving merchandise onto the sales floor. The new Habitat ReStore is located at 3 Iber Road in Stittsville and we are looking for volunteers who are available for day-time weekday and weekend shifts. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older and have their own steel-toed boots. Please contact Jenny Grenville at volunteer@habitatgo.com for more details.
Endroit : 3 Iber Road, Stittsville
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
The Heart and Stroke Foundation is currently seeking outgoing, hard working, driven volunteers to recruit and communicate with companies and associations to join in selling Paper Hearts during our Heart Month Campaign in February.
Endroit : 110-1525 Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Z 8R9
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : TROtt - Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton
About TROtt
The Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton (TROtt) is a registered charity that has been serving
children, youth, and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities for over 35 years. Based in south Ottawa, TROtt
provides subsidized programming for children and adults with conditions such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, stroke,
acquired brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, sensory integration dysfunction, cognitive delay, Downs Syndrome, visual
impairments, and others. We are an employer of CanTRA and Equine Canada certified instructors and coaches, and
work with experienced physiotherapists and highly trained volunteers to offer a range of therapeutic equine-assisted
services.

About the TROtt Board of Directors
The TROtt Board of Directors is a management board responsible for both the governance of the organization and
the managerial oversight of its operations. The Board’s members meet monthly, each manage a portfolio of
administrative tasks, and take part in project sub-committees. We are currently recruiting a new Director to fill the
position of Marketing and Communications Lead.

Key Responsibilities
- Chairs TROtt Foundation meetings
· Prepares the TROtt annual budget to be reviewed and approved by the Board
· Manages finances of the organization, providing financial perspective on TROtt managerial issues
· Keeps accurate account of all financial transactions, monitors spending and makes financial recommendations to the board
· Reviews finance-related policies and procedures and recommends changes to the Board for approval
· Ensures Revenue Canada Agency reports are completed (annual charity return)
· Has financial signing authority for the organization
· Is responsible for the organization’s tax receipts
· Acts as liaison to the bookkeeper and assists in related projects as required
· Is responsible for the coordination of documentation required in the auditing process
· Acts as official liaison with the Auditor
· Is responsible for authorizing the Nevada license reports
· Is a voting member of the Board

Qualifications
• Ability to work 10 – 20 hours per month on Board projects and initiatives (most work can be done at home)
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently, exercise confidentiality and good judgment.
• Self-starter with strong organizational and time management skills with a strong attention to detail and an ability
to prioritize
• Knowledge of the Equestrian Industry an asset

Time Commitment
Each Board member spends approximately 10 – 20 hours/month on their respective tasks (time commitment each
month may vary) for the duration of a 1-year term (renewable). The incumbent must attend monthly board meetings
in addition to carrying out portfolio activities. Board meetings occur on the evening of the second Tuesday every
month.

A training, turn-over period with the present Treasurer is provided.
Endroit : 6362-1 Bank Street (HWY 31), Greely, ON K4P 1J4
Date limite pour postuler: jan 8, 2018
Organisme : TROtt - Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton
About TROtt
The Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton (TROtt) is a registered charity that has been serving
children, youth, and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities for over 35 years. Based in south Ottawa, TROtt
provides subsidized programming for children and adults with conditions such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, stroke,
acquired brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, sensory integration dysfunction, cognitive delay, Downs Syndrome, visual
impairments, and others. We are an employer of CanTRA and Equine Canada certified instructors and coaches, and
work with experienced physiotherapists and highly trained volunteers to offer a range of therapeutic equine-assisted
services.

About the TROtt Board of Directors
The TROtt Board of Directors is a management board responsible for both the governance of the organization and
the managerial oversight of its operations. The Board’s members meet monthly, each manage a portfolio of
administrative tasks, and take part in project sub-committees. We are currently recruiting a new Director to fill the
position of Fundraising Lead.

Key Responsibilities
• Leads and contributes to TROtt projects and takes responsibility for some of the annually assigned tasks
• Is the main point of contact with staff for fundraising and sponsorship opportunities, questions, etc.
• Leads Fundraising business
o Researches and investigates new donors and grant opportunities
o Oversees the Fundraising and Sponsorship Committee with brainstorming, planning and
implementing fundraising initiatives
o Attends philanthropy workshops, as appropriate
o Leads Fundraising events (including, but not limited to: annual fund raising dinner, soliciting
corporate sponsorship, etc.)
o Maintains relationships with existing financial donors
o Provides fundraising analysis (what is worthwhile?)
o Runs Christmas Calendar program
o Runs Christmas Card program

Qualifications
• Ability to work 10 – 20 hours per month on Board projects and initiatives (most work can be done at home)
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently, exercise confidentiality and good judgment.
• Self-starter with strong organizational and time management skills with a strong attention to detail and an ability
to prioritize
• Knowledge of the Equestrian Industry an asset

Time Commitment
Each Board member spends approximately 10 – 20 hours/month on their respective tasks (time commitment each
month may vary) for the duration of a 1-year term (renewable). The incumbent must attend monthly board meetings
in addition to carrying out portfolio activities. Board meetings occur on the evening of the second Tuesday every
month.
Endroit : 6362-1 Bank Street (HWY 31), Greely, ON, K4P 1J4
Date limite pour postuler: jan 8, 2018
Organisme : Centre de services à la famille, Région de la capitale nationale
Depuis 10 octobre 2017, le programme A3 offre un soutien scolaire supplémentaire aux élèves nouveaux arrivants pour leur permettre d’atteindre leur plein potentiel scolaire et ainsi assurer une meilleure intégration à l’école et une meilleure réussite scolaire. Ce programme est offert gratuitement aux élèves nouveaux arrivants (NA) des écoles élémentaires et secondaires du CECCE, ainsi qu'à leurs parents, le mardi de 18 h à 19 h 30 à la bibliothèque de l’école Franco-Ouest. Chaque bénévole aide un enfant, un adolescent ou un adulte dans les travaux scolaires ou l'apprentissage de la langue française.
Endroit : Collège catholique Franco-Ouest
411 Seyton Dr, Nepean, ON K2H 8X1
Date limite pour postuler: jan 15, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
Looking for volunteers with cats or dogs to visit residents. Animals must have recent immunization and proof. Animals must be comfortable in large setting and always under control. Dogs must be able to sit and allow residents to pat them. Prefer that the dogs don't jump up on the residents.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
need a number of volunteers to help operate and serve food and alcohol in our cafe. Must have smart serve certification.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
Visit residents at Peter D. Clark long term care home whom are requiring palliative care. The volunteer will sit and socialize or just read to the resident. Your role is to provide the resident with companionship and remove the feeling of being alone.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
play cards with residents. The card games required to know are (Crazy eights, Bridge, Cribbage, hearts, poker)
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
provide residents with spiritual visits. Most of the time it is to be able to listen and comfort residents.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
helping residents with their meals. Cuing or actual feeding. Volunteers will be given training by a qualified Registered Nurse.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
Companion to visit with residents and socialize. escort resident to the gardens or to activity programs.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
Bingo assistant will help residents play bingo by cuing them on the numbers as well as portering the resident to and from the bingo. You may be asked to lead the bingo by being a caller.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : City of Ottawa - Long Term Care - Peter D. Clark
Seeking a volunteer to provide chair yoga to seniors in a Long Term Care home. Person must be qualified and comfortable working with seniors.
Endroit : 9 Meridian Place Ottawa K2G 6P8
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Friends of the Ottawa Public Library Association
The Volunteer Coordinator (VC) will be generally responsible for volunteers of the Friends of the Ottawa Public Library Association (FOPLA). The VC will coordinate the recruitment, orientation, training, retention, and recognition of FOPLA volunteers, a community of about 300 individuals. The VC will also assess volunteer applicants for specific leadership positions, and participate in the Nominating Committee assessing potential volunteer Board members.

The VC will also advise FOPLA’s Board of Directors on Human Resource matters for the organization’s paid personnel, who are supervised by the Treasurer and VP of Communications respectively, and who will seek advice from the VC on personnel matters.

The VC will be appointed by FOPLA’s Board of Directors in accordance with FOPLA’s By-Law, and will be responsible to the VP Operations and accountable to the Board for the performance of his or her duties. As a Director, the VC acts in a position of trust for the community, and is responsible for the effective governance of FOPLA, and for providing direction to volunteer leaders in FOPLA.

Duties

• Provides leadership and management to staff, contractors, consultants and volunteers.
• Advises and ensures that the Board adheres to the Ontario Employment Standards Act (ESA), the Ontario Not-For-Profit Charity Act (ONCA), and any other polices, regulations, and legislation applicable.
• Coordinates the development and implementation of personnel policies for staff, contractors, consultants and volunteers.
• Ensures staff, contractors, consultants and volunteers receive the necessary administration, operational, health and safety training to competently and safely execute their duties.
• Coordinates the recruitment, orientation and placement process for volunteers.
• Ensures the maintenance of a volunteer database in concert with FOPLA staff.
• Manages the recruiting, ‘best fit placement’ and orientation of all volunteers.
• Coordinates with bookstore managers to ensure they provide appropriate orientation and training of new volunteers.
• Acts as the principal investigator to complaints or disputes concerning FOPLA staff, contractors, consultants or volunteers.
• Provides mediation and/or conflict resolution assistance to FOPLA staff, consultant, contractor or volunteer disputes.
• Assists FOPLA staff, contractors, consultants or volunteers in engaging outside alternate dispute resolution when required.
• Represents FOPLA as delegated by the President or VP Operations with the Ottawa Public Library.
• Participates in the supervision and evaluation of FOPLA staff.
• Participates in the Nominating Committee for new Board members.
• Assists in Board development sessions to develop Board member knowledge and skills with respect to applicable volunteer and employment laws and standards
• Fulfills the duties of a Director of the Board.

Skills Required:

• Knowledge and experience in Human Resource management.
• The ability to lead, inspire and supervise a wide range of volunteers.
• Knowledge and skills in most or all areas of Board governance (policy, finance, programs, personnel and advocacy).
• Attendance at, and the provision of clear leadership at monthly Board meetings, Annual General Meetings, and other meetings or sub-committees as required.
• Support of, and participation in, special events and fundraising events relating to FOPLA and the Ottawa Public Library Commitment to the work of FOPLA and the Ottawa Public Library system.
• Must be at least 18 years of age and a member in good standing of FOPLA.
• Must have access to email.

Time Requirement: Minimum 5 hours/week from September to July. Can increase to 10 hours/week in busy periods.

Financial Requirement: Include the cost of FOPLA Membership (at least $25 a year for an Individual Membership or $250 for a Lifetime Membership); may include reimbursement for child care while attending meetings and transportation/parking on occasion.

We thank all applicants for their interest, but please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Endroit : Various locations
Date limite pour postuler: fév 11, 2018
Organisme : Volunteer Ottawa
Volunteer Ottawa is looking for highly motivated and committed translators who are able to translate documents from English to French. We are looking for volunteers with experience in translating / editing who will translate anything from: newsletters, press releases, brief biographies, testimonials, best-practice documents, workshop workbooks, web content, and our Annual Report in a timely manner.

If you have excellent organizational skills, can work with little or no supervision, and can respect tight deadlines, we want to hear from you. Please send us your resume along with a cover letter in a word or PDF document.
Endroit : 850 Industrial Avenue, Ottawa, ON, K1G 4H3
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Canadian Cancer Society (Ottawa Community Office)
Canadian Cancer Society is moving and we need help. We are asking for volunteers to help pack materials from the lower level of the building and move them to the main floor. This position may involve some heavy lifting.
Endroit : 1745 Woodward Drive
Date limite pour postuler: nov 30, 2017
Organisme : Tel-Aide Outaouais
Tel-Aide Outaouais est un organisme sans but lucratif qui a vu le jour en 1974. Aujourd’hui, plus de 50 bénévoles assurent le service téléphonique de Tel-Aide 365 jours par année, sur l’ensemble du territoire de la Capitale nationale.

Nous offrons un service d’écoute téléphonique en français aux personnes qui ont besoin d’une oreille, qui nécessitent du soutien ou de références. Les bénévoles de Tel-Aide, que nous appelons les écoutants, offrent une écoute attentive, chaleureuse et empathique.
Endroit : Confedentiel
Date limite pour postuler: déc 28, 2017
Organisme : Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County
The Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County is currently seeking volunteers to represent the Speakers' Bureau by delivering presentations in the community to help raise awareness about the programs and services we offer to people impacted by dementia. Volunteers may also manage booths across the region at senior wellness fairs, conferences, businesses, government agencies, etc.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Rd, Suite 1742
Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: déc 21, 2017
Organisme : O/C Assoc.for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
What is Leisure Buddies? Leisure Buddies is about creating friendships between people who may not otherwise have had the chance to meet. Contact between individuals in the community and persons with developmental disabilities seldom occurs spontaneously. The Leisure Buddy program facilitates friendships by pairing individuals in one-to-one relationships. A Leisure Buddy friendship helps to break down barriers to inclusion and provides opportunities for shared experience, laughter and support. What is an intellectual disability? A developmental disability, also referred to as an intellectual disability, is a term used to describe any condition that includes a lifelong impairment to a person's ability to learn or to adapt to their environment. People with a developmental disability do not necessarily have a recognizable condition. Some examples of diagnosed conditions are autism, Down Syndrome and Williams Syndrome. The degree of disability varies greatly from person to person. Developmental disabilities may or may not be accompanied by physical disabilities. Buddies are individuals with a developmental disability who live in the community near a university or college and are paired with a community member in a one-to-one match. Most Buddies live in a group home or on their own with support and may have limited contact with the larger community. The Leisure Buddy program provides a safe and caring way for our individuals to become more independent, and to enjoy the benefits of a special friendship which extends beyond their family members and paid care providers. Why should I get involved? Probably the most important reason is that you will gain a new friend. A Leisure Buddy friendship is just like any other you will have -only more rewarding. Volunteering with Best Buddies allows you to make an important contribution to the community where you live and study. Your Leisure Buddy friendship will have an impact, not only at the individual level, but also throughout the community. What type of commitment do I need to make to be a Leisure Buddy Companion? The most important part of the Leisure Buddy program is friendship. Buddies make contact with each other once a week by telephone. It is expected that one-to-one outings will happen twice per month.
Endroit : This varies depending on who your are matched with.
Date limite pour postuler: fév 12, 2018
Organisme : Carefor Health and Community Services
The Day Program is for people in the community living with dementia. Participants enjoy a day of activities designed to enhance their well-being in a safe and supportive setting, while providing respite and support for care partners.
Information, supportive counseling, and referrals to other community services and programs is also offered.

A variety of socially stimulating & engaging activities are offered including:
• Group discussions
• Creative arts
• Music & singing
• Reminiscing
• Pool
• Computer games & iPad activities
• Board games & cards
• Baking
• Intergenerational programs
• Birthday, holiday & multi-cultural celebrations
• Pet visits
• Entertainment
• Story telling
• Spa activities
• Bingo
• Lending a helping hand

Exercise & physical activity is encouraged including:
• Exercise classes
• Walks in the neighborhood
• Dancing
• Physically active group games

Coffee & home-made muffins are served upon arrival. Snacks and a three-course meal are provided.

Volunteers and students are an integral part of our team and together with staff they help to provide a supportive, relaxed and engaging environment for all who visit. Our volunteers typically assist the program one day a week from 8:30-3:00; however the hours can be flexible if necessary.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Suite 1100
Ottawa, ON
K1G 5Z6
Date limite pour postuler: déc 25, 2017
Organisme : Abbeyfield Houses Society - Ottawa
The Parkdale Abbeyfield House is looking for a volunteer to fill the role of General Maintenance Volunteer. The General Maintenance Volunteer would be responsible for any minor maintenance work around the house. The General Maintenance Volunteer reports to the House Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Executes routine repairs and carries out minor maintenance operations to electrical, mechanical, plumbing equipment, and building.


Qualifications

- Must be capable of performing necessary physical duties including the movement of heavy objects
- Must be familiar with and able to carry out minor repairs to facility and equipment.
- Ability to obtain a Vulnerable Sector Police Check
Endroit : 425 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: déc 11, 2017
Organisme : Canadian Centre for Men and Families
Psychologist/Member of Board of Directors
The Canadian Centre for Men and Families (CCMF) is a hub for the health and well-being of boys, men, fathers and families newly founded in Ottawa. The Centre is an open, inclusive and safe space, providing peer support, a legal clinic, fathering programs, mentorship and other services for men and families. We provide services, research, advocacy, outreach and public education on all aspects of men’s issues.
We are looking for a psychologist to join our board of directors to provide knowledge and insight in relation to men’s health and well-being, and to provide supervision for the Canadian Centre for Men and Families Counselling and Therapy Program.
This opportunity is best suited for an individual who has a passion for helping those in need and providing services for men and families to help build stronger communities and healthy families.

Responsibilities and Duties:
Provide supervision for up to 3 counsellors, social workers and psychotherapists during counseling and therapy sessions.
Contribute to monthly board meetings to assist in establishing and maintaining the direction of the Centre.
Be a positive representative of the CCMF in the Ottawa community.

Qualifications and Skills:
This opportunity is best suited for a Psychologist with experience in men’s issues including; relationship problems, stress and anger, parenting and family issues.

If you are a psychologist and are interested in joining our Board of Directors please email ottawa@menandfamilies.org and submit a brief bio indicating the following; name, email address, phone number, academic history, work experience and previous involvement with non-profits/social services.
Deadline: January 1, 2018
Relevant applicants will be invited to be interviewed by current board members and the Centre’s Executive Director.

Endroit : 292 Montreal Road, Suite 302
Date limite pour postuler: jan 1, 2018
Organisme : The Arthritis Society
Walk To Fight Arthritis Committee Members offer assistance and support to The Arthritis Society's Development Manager by contributing to the planning activities leading up to the Walk To Fight Arthritis in June 2018. Responsibilities vary but may include: participant recruitment, event promotion, logistics, volunteer management.
Endroit : 300-885 Meadowlands Dr. E.
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Bytown Museum
If you are looking for an exciting new way to volunteer this winter, look no further than the BYTOWN MUSEUM! The Museum is currently looking for energetic, dedicated and hard-working volunteers for Winterlude 2018 and beyond!

If you love winter, the Bytown Museum is the place to be! The Museum is currently recruiting experienced costumed interpreters/actors for Winterlude to participate in our Fireside Stories and Character Wanderings. These activities will take place every weekend during Winterlude.

Weather appropriate clothing will be provided by the Museum. This is an excellent opportunity for actors/actresses/costumed interpreters to practice their improvisation skills, as you will be interacting with visitors of all ages and backgrounds!

Additional opportunities will be available throughout the year for those interested!

Serious applicants only. Please include resume.
Endroit : 1 Canal Lane, Ottawa, Ontario
Date limite pour postuler: jan 1, 2018
Organisme : Ottawa Network for Education - Ottawa Volunteers in Education
Volunteers needed to support children and adult English language learners. Volunteers will receive training before being matched to support students in Pre-K to Grade 12 or in the Adult LINC programs.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The volunteer will collaborate with the educator to enhance the daily English language learning opportunities for students. The students are mainly new Canadians.

Requires a current vulnerable sector police clearance (PVSC). (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line through ONFE). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you are interested, please register on-line at www.onfe-rope.ca/ovie/application and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is completed and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/scheduling. Thank you for your consideration.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Ottawa Network for Education - Ottawa Volunteers in Education
Ottawa Volunteers in Education (OVIE) arranges tutoring placements in both elementary and secondary schools to enrich and improve student learning.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The volunteers will be asked to perform different tasks depending on their interest and skills and according to the needs of the schools. A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Ottawa Network for Education - Ottawa Volunteers in Education
Help a child understand math concepts by becoming a math tutor.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

Professional development training, facilitated by OCDSB Math coaches, will be offered periodically during the school year. Attendance to at least one session is recommended. Invitations to attend training sessions with more details will be sent periodically to all interested Math volunteers. If you are interested in helping students in Grades 3 to 8 become enthusiastic and successful in Math we would really appreciate hearing from you! A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is complete and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/ scheduling. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Ottawa Network for Education - Ottawa Volunteers in Education
General Classroom Assistance - Volunteers are assigned to a specific teacher and carry out various tasks depending on the teacher's needs.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

The following are some typical examples of areas where volunteers are needed: General Classroom Assistance Remedial/Special Education MentoringTutoringCoaching LanguagesLibraryEarly LiteracyComputers/TechnologyMath/Science A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. (Instructions on how to get a PVSC will be emailed to you after you apply on-line). All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Once the screening process is complete and approved, you will be contacted by the school volunteer coordinator to set-up a time for an interview to discuss the details/ scheduling. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
Organisme : Ottawa Network for Education - Ottawa Volunteers in Education
In 2005-06 the Ontario government initiated the Student Success Program within secondary schools as one response to the severe drop-out rate of high school students.

ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.

Ottawa Volunteers in Education (OVIE) has received requests from Ottawa high schools to recruit community volunteers interested in providing tutoring support (under the direction of teachers) to individual students in their Math, English, Science or History Credit Recovery Program. Most of these students, many of whom are new Canadians, respond very well to working with a tutor on a weekly basis. We are looking for volunteers who can help them focus, explain concepts as they work, assist them in organizing materials, and provide encouragement as they progress in all subjects. A RECENT POLICE VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECK (PVSC) IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS. All volunteers assist under the supervision of a teacher. If you can help, please register online on our website and quote this volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your gift of time.
Endroit : various schools
Date limite pour postuler: jan 31, 2018
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