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Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre

Kristy Taylor
Coordinator of Volunteers and Students
Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre

1365 Richmond Rd., 2nd Floor
Ottawa, ON
Canada K2B 6R7

Téléphone: 613-820-4922 ext 341
Télécopieur: 613-288-3407


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Autochtones (Première nation, Métis, Inuit); Minorités visibles ou Nouveaux Canadiens; Défavorisés; LGBTTQ; Hommes; Personnes avec handicaps ou conditions médicales; Jeunes (16-18 ans); Jeunes (11-15 ans); Enfants (0-10 ans); Aînés; Femmes; Jeunes (19-24 ans)

At Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre, we provide a range of health, community and social services. Core services include primary care, mental health, child services, multi-cultural programs and community development activities. We are located in the west-end of Ottawa and serves a catchment area characterized by significant cultural, racial and religious diversity. The volunteer program has been in existence since 1996, and has over 480 volunteers registered(59% are New Canadians). A community development, capacity building, and peopled cultured philosophy helps to guide and structure the program by supporting community members in authentic volunteer opportunities.

Les possibilités de bénévolat

Looking for awesome Tutors and Motivated Mentors. Medium to long term commitment - 6 - 12 months.
one evening per week roughly 5-8PM - Monday to Thursday.
Come in and connect with high school aged youth - academic support, organizational and time management skills. stay with us, and see what this program is changing the way our community operates.
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: oct 31, 2018
Application must be submitted electronically by linking to the following:

Adults (ages 18+) from the African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) community who are willing to be Mentors to African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) youth ages 12-18.
The Together We Can Mentorship Program focus is to increase a sense of belonging amongst low-income black youth by: (1) building strong cultural identities through exposure to and work with black mentors and; (2) increasing their civic engagement through developing advocacy skills.

Role of Mentor
• Serve as a positive role model and friend.
• Build a kind, considerate, and empathetic relationship with youth
• Attend 3 hour, bi-weekly (total 6 hours a month) group mentorship meetings.
• Mentor a youth for 9 months (September-June).
• Strive for mutual respect.
• Build the self-esteem and confidence of ACB youth.
• Help youth set goals and encourage them to work toward accomplishing them.
• Participating in interactive workshops, trainings and leading sessions.
• Communicate regularly with program staff, submit activity information, and take constructive feedback regarding mentoring activities.
• To be a kind, considerate and empathetic adult in the lives of ACB youth.

Our approach and values
• Maintain a professional and respectful relationship with mentee.
• Be comfortable and able to establish appropriate boundaries.
• Work in a manner that incorporates overall health and recognizes all the areas of a healthy lifestyle.
• Respect and value the diversity of communities and individuals.

Les adultes (âgés de 18 ans et plus) de la communauté Africaine, Caribéenne et Noire (ACB) qui souhaitent devenir mentors de jeunes Africains, Caribéens et Noirs (ACB) âgés de 12 à 18 ans. Le programme de mentorat Together We Can vise à renforcer le sentiment d’appartenance chez les jeunes Noirs à faible revenu en: (1) établissant des identités culturelles solides en s’exposant à des mentors noirs et en travaillant avec eux; (2) en augmentant leur engagement civique en développant des compétences de plaidoyer.

Rôle du mentor
• Servir de modèle et d’ami positif.
• Établissez une relation gentille, attentionnée et empathique avec les jeunes
• Assister à des réunions de trois heures par semaine (total de six heures par mois).
• Mentor un jeune pendant 9 mois (septembre-juin).
• Respect mutuelle.
• Renforcer l’estime de soi et la confiance des jeunes ACB.
• Aidez les jeunes à se fixer des objectifs et encouragez-les à travailler pour les atteindre.
• Participer à des ateliers interactifs, à des formations et à des sessions dirigeantes.
• Communiquer régulièrement avec le personnel du programme, soumettre des informations sur les activités et recueillir des commentaires constructifs concernant les activités de mentorat.
• Être un adulte gentil et empathique dans la vie des jeunes ACB.

Notre approche et nos valeurs

• Maintenir une relation professionnelle et respectueuse avec le mentoré.
• Soyez à l'aise et capable d'établir des limites appropriées.
• Travailler d'une manière qui intègre la santé globale et reconnaît tous les domaines d'un mode de vie sain.
• Respecter et valoriser la diversité des communautés et des individus.

Endroit : Pinecrest Queensway CHC
1365 Richmond Rd
Date limite pour postuler: oct 31, 2018
Pathways to Education is an innovative community-based program designed to support high school students from low-income neighbourhoods to succeed in high school and move on to post-secondary education. We need knowledgeable and dedicated volunteers to assist high school students (grades 11 and 12) to grasp key scientific concepts and apply this knowledge to their assignments (i.e. lab reports, research papers, and essays). A grade 11 Physics tutor assists students to research and understand kinematics, forces, energy and society, waves and sounds, electricity, and magnetism. A grade 12 Physics tutor helps students to explore and examine dynamics (i.e. uniform circular motion, motion in a plane), energy and momentum, gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields, wave nature of light, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, quantum mechanics, and special relativity. Our tutoring sessions take place from 4:30 to 8:00pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at three locations in the West end of Ottawa. We host tutoring at our central Pathways site (1365 Richmond Road), at the Foster Farm Community Center (1065 Ramsey Crescent, in the gym) and at Michele Height Community Centre (2955 Michele Drive). The following steps will help us to best match you with your volunteer placement: Step 1: Download, fill out and submit the volunteer application form which can be found here: form 112010 S.pdf. Step 2: After receiving your application, Volunteer and Student Services will contact you within three (3) weeks for an interview. Step 3: Submit 2 personal references during your interview. Step 4: Undergo a police record check before you begin your placement. Step 5: Attend a volunteer orientation session specific to the program Start making a difference!
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Road, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: oct 29, 2018
If you are interested in quality control, organizing materials and working with technology we have an opportunity for you providing clerical and administrative support for a variety of health and community resource programs. We need support with filing, photocopying, lamination, assembling information, mail-outs, word processing documents, and contacting clients about workshops. Also if you enjoy front line receptionist work we have different opportunities with our flu and income tax clinic and helping with handing out surveys. In order to best match your skills and interest with the volunteer opportunity available, you will be required to: -Complete an application form. -Attend a personal interview. -Submit names and contact information for 2 references. -Undergo a police record check. -Participate in training and orientation session. You can download the application form here: After receiving your application, Volunteer Services will contact you within three (3) weeks for an interview. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Endroit : 1365 Richmond Road, 2nd Floor, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: sep 30, 2018