The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, has volunteer positions available as part of the Communications Volunteer Team. Reporting to the Communications Lead Volunteer, the Public Relations Team Member will volunteer to help promote the Canadian Red Cross and its programs and services through engagement with media and developing content.
Responsibilities could include:
Act as a spokesperson in times of disaster and/or facilitate local media requests (key messaging provided).
Positions the Canadian Red Cross as the charity of choice during fundraising appeals
Research, write and edit stories to promote the work of the Canadian Red Cross at the local level
Supports the Communications Department with media training
Create audio-visual content for use on social media locally and provincially
Support promotion of Red Cross activities through social media
Proactively pitches story ideas to the media to promote Red Cross services and programs
Participates with proactive media pitches locally to garner media coverage for Red Cross in their region
Works with Emergency Management department to gather content during appeals or when profiling local Red Cross volunteers
Performs other duties, as required
At AGE-ON we offer an iPad Training Program for Older Adults. The Program is 6 weeks long and runs once a week for 2 hours. It is a classroom-style learning environment, which offers 1:1 assistance from a mentor/volunteer. Volunteers are vital to the program and can expect to work very closely with 1 or 2 participants.
These sessions take place in Hamilton. We offer general references, reference letters and skills endorsements on LinkedIn upon completion of volunteering.
We have upcoming spots available for our October/November sessions.
As a Canadian Blood Services volunteer, you will be helping to promote and recruit students for the upcoming Blood Donation Drive on November 7th (10a-3p) in the DBARC building.
We have 4 planned outreach dates on:
Wednesday Oct 30 | 11am – 2pm | Fennell Campus
Tuesday Nov 5 | 11am – 2pm | Fennell Campus
Tuesday Oct 29 | 11am – 2pm | Stoney Creek Campus
Wednesday Nov 6 | 11am - 2pm | Fennell Campus
Have a talent for fixing things? We need your help!
Mohawk is hosting its first ever Repair Café and we are looking for “Fixers” to volunteer at the Repair Café.
This event is hosted as part of Waste Reduction Week, October 21-27.
What is a Fixer?
A Fixer is a volunteer who is skilled at repairing any kind of household item – e.g. home electronics and computers, housewares, clothing, jewelry, toys, and/or books. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to volunteer. Students will be given credit on their Co-Curricular Record.
What is a Repair Café?
Mohawk students, faculty, and staff bring their broken items to the Repair Café where they will get help fixing them. Most importantly, participants will learn from you – the Fixers – how to do the repair themselves.
It’s free and all are welcome!
Repair Café is a global movement that aims to reduce the waste that is sent to landfill and change society’s throw-away mindset.
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, is seeking a Transportation Volunteer Driver. Reporting to the Transportation Assistant Manager, the Transportation Volunteer Driver, will provide Transportation services to and from various appointments for seniors and individuals with physical mobility difficulties who are unable to use public transportation.
Become part of a student-led social enterprise on campus and join the Enactus global network!
We’re a team of entrepreneurial leaders passionate about advancing the economic, social and environmental health of our local community; one project at a time.
Be an agent of change, empower your local community and create a positive impact, all while building your network and gaining valuable experience!
Upcoming Info-Sessions in Room i208:
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 @ 12:00
Monday, September 23, 2019 @ 11:00
Friday, September 27, 2019 @ 11:00
Postering volunteers will post event and campus information throughout the campus at pre-designated postering locations. Volunteers will ensure postering guidelines are correct and that postings are maintained neatly and maintained by date.
Hamilton Mountain- Green Party of Canada , Dave Urquhart is looking for volunteers for various positions. Some of the roles are volunteer coordinator, sign manager, canvass coordinator, events coordinator and fundraising coordinator.
These various roles are essential to a successful political campaign. Students will work directly with the Political Candidate, the Official Agent and the public to learn about public relations, fundraising, event execution, politics, volunteer coordination, leadership, management, and project ownership hands on.
Barton Village Business Improvement area is looking for volunteers to help out for different events.
Help us prepare the Barton Remembers Project - we are looking to research information on some of the sacrifices made through the first two world wars and create a walking tour along Barton where participants can walk along reading memories and stories.
Come out and volunteer on Fennell Campus for the 2nd annual MoMoves "One Mile for Mental Health" Day!
We're looking for engaging & enthusiastic volunteers to help with:
- Set-up & tear down
- Event facilitation & registration
- Run/Walk marshals
Join our team of Campus to Community volunteers as we plant trees with the "Friends of the Eramosa Karst" (FOTEK).
Volunteers will be responsible for planting native trees and shrubs to regenerate ecosystems in a section of the Eramosa Karst.
Transportation will be provided from Fennell campus. All volunteers must come prepared wearing long pants and running shoes or hiking boots.
Student Life is hosting the 10th Annual Volunteer Fair, and we need your help to make it a success!
Volunteer Roles include:
- Welcoming and networking with community organizations
- Assisting with set up and tear down
- Event Facilitation (registration, prize table, floaters)
This is a great opportunity to meet different organizations in the Hamilton community and get a head start on the crowds!
All Volunteers will be provided with a t-shirt and lunch
Compass Community Health is looking for pathway to education volunteer tutors.
Pathways to Education is a community based program designed to reduce poverty and its effects by increasing the graduation rate among high school students from economically disadvantaged communities. The program offers academic, social, financial, and advocacy support to youth in order to increase their opportunity for success in high school and beyond.
Pathways to Education Volunteer Tutors work directly with youth participants supporting them academically and socially. The volunteer role is focused on Academic Tutoring support, but also provides informal social supports to youth participants.
Skills and Requirements
• Be able to support high school youth academically in one of our priority subject areas: Math, Science, English, French, English as a Second Language
• To participate consistently in program sessions, attending one session per week at the assigned location
• Build and maintain positive rapport with Pathways to Education youth participants
• To maintain a positive and upbeat demeanor with all youth
• Display care, compassion, patience and understanding
Duties and Responsibilities
• Supporting high school youth academically during each program session
• Working with youth to complete homework activities, prepare for tests or work on assignments and projects
• Working both one-to-one and in small groups
• Engaging youth in alternative academic activities provided by the program
• Acting as a positive adult role model during interactions with youth participants
• Occasional involvement in skill building workshops or recreational activities
Pathways to Education volunteers are asked to commit 1 evening per week, Monday to Thursday, during our program times 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm, at one of our three locations in central Hamilton
The Hamilton Literacy Council is looking for volunteer tutors to teach English-speaking adults basic reading, writing, math and/or computer skills.
Our next Orientation session is: Wednesday, September 25th at 1:00 or 6:00
Our two day workshop is: Saturday, September 28th and Saturday, October 5th from 9:00 to 4:00
The 196 is an afterschool program run between Mission Services and City School by Mohawk. The program is based on the theory, “healthy body, healthy food, and healthy mind.” A group of 15 students in grades six to eight participate in afterschool programming which provides homework help and additional programming to promote learning.
Volunteers will assist with health & fitness programming in the DBARC at Fennell Campus on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00pm.
Please note, all volunteers need to obtain a Vulnerable Sector Screening.
We ask volunteers for at least a four week commitment
Home Hospice Hamilton-Halton is looking for volunteers for various positions such as event coordinator, gardening,-work, social media, and many more.
Home Hospice Hamilton-Halton is a new Chapter of HHA. We are a Federally Registered Not-for-Profit. Our Board of Directors has chosen four HHA programs to offer in this Chapter: Bello Project~ you would be helping to take care of the pets of people diagnosed with a life-limiting illness so they can keep their pet throughout their dying journey; HOPP- Helping Our Precious Pediatrics~ you would be helping to organize (outreach to families, coordination of entertainers, food, art therapy work) and/or run a day for children with life-limiting illnesses and their families to attend a day of entertainment, lunch, and the creation of a legacy piece; Pre and Perinatal Hospice~ you would be helping to spread the word about this program by contacting doctors' offices and hospitals, be part of the care-giving team; Hospice at Home~ helping people diagnosed with life-limiting illnesses to stay living in their home by doing house upkeep, spending time with them, grocery shopping, sitting bedside,... In addition to these four programs, we set up a booth at events so you could be handing out information, you might help give presentations to Boomers to recruit them as volunteers, you could help make our social media presence better. Whatever you're passionate about or skills you have to offer, we need you! We offer hospice care to anyone of any age, at any time, under any roof.
The Canadian Red Cross is looking for a number of volunteers to fill a selection of roles. The following are volunteer positions they are looking to fill:
Personal Disaster Assistance (PDA) Responder
Personal Disaster Assistance (PDA) Supervisor
Emergency Response Team (ERT) Responder
Emergency Response Team (ERT) Supervisor
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.
Anouar Association is currently looking for Coding coaches to teach our beneficiary members.
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Do something worthwhile: Anouar Association's Altruistic Goal for the Youth of Morocco
Volunteerism, according to Meriam-Webster Dictionary, is an act of doing something that requires time, skill, service and availability to do a job in a community without any payment or without expecting anything in return. It is considered to be a social responsibility of an individual to society. Being a volunteer is offering oneself to the needs of others and being compassionate enough to the beck and call of the less fortunate who needed to be helped. Generosity and selflessness are the key traits of volunteerism.
Anouar Association has been an advocate to enrich the lives of the less fortunate kids and elders in Ait Faska, a community found in the province of Marrakech, Morocco. Since it was founded on January 5, 2017, its main goal is to give assistance through fundraising projects, encouraging privileged people to volunteer and ask donations from partner organizations. Mr. Mohamed Dekkak, the founder and chairman of Anouar Association came up with different volunteering programs to our brothers and sisters who belong to the poverty line. One of these various programs is the call for Coding Coaches to share their skills and talents in computer coding to help the kids of Ait Faska see the importance of computers in the global competition and be able to help them seek and land future careers in information technology and computer science.
Join now and be a generous volunteer for future computer coders like you!
For more info, please visit our website using the link give below
Living Rock Youth Centre is looking for volunteers to assist them with Breakfast Program.
- interacting with youth
- working to build relationships with at-risk youth
- helping prepare, serve, and clean up after meals
- mentor youth aiding with food preparation, serving, and clean up
- aid with daily programming
- great hands-on experience
- giving back to the community
- having a positive impact on youth
- access to staff training sessions
- developing professional skills
- access to internal job postings
Living Rock's Breakfast Program runs Monday - Friday. Looking for a one morning commitment
The Paramount Family Centre is looking for volunteer with landscaping experience or needing to gain some experience by working on a landscaping and/or woodworking project. It is a not for profit child care centre looking for a volunteer with some knowledge that could help plan and implement some landscaping ideas on a garden that can be used as an extension of the outdoor space and/or some designing and building of a wooden structure.
Autism Ontario is the province’s leading source of information and referral on autism and one of the largest collective voices representing the autism community. We are made up of knowledgeable parents and professionals who can speak to the key issues that impact Ontario families with loved ones on the spectrum. Members are connected through a volunteer network of 25 Chapters throughout the Province of Ontario. Our Central West region community is a volunteer-driven community leader in creating opportunities for children, youth, and adults with ASD to ensure the highest quality of life through providing supported events/programs, promoting autism acceptance, and advocating on behalf of families.
We are looking for volunteers to help support these amazing programs/initiatives:
COMMITTEES - ongoing and ad hoc committees that meet during the year, including fundraising, events planning for children and adults, and advocacy and outreach.
EVENTS/PROGRAMS - annual, monthly or weekly programs and events which require volunteers for registration, facilitation, activity supervision, or setup/takedown of event.
FUNDRAISING - Volunteers can assist with fundraising efforts including event planning and execution and assisting with sponsorship and donation recruitment.
Volunteers with Autism Ontario are provided with flexible options to fit their post-secondary schedules.
The Peer Wellness Educator position is a student volunteer opportunity being offered through the Wellness 4U department at Mohawk College.
Volunteers are responsible for delivering important information regarding safe drinking habits, sexual wellness and consent, and smoking cessation to their peers. As a Peer Wellness Educator, volunteers have the opportunity to collaborate with one another in order to organize and implement their own wellness education booths that focus on the abovementioned topic areas. Successful volunteers in this role are comfortable speaking to their peers in both 1-1 settings and in small groups; they are also reliable, outgoing, creative, organized and have a passion for educating fellow students on key topics involving wellness.
Positions available at Fennell, IAHS + Stoney Creek Campuses
Volunteer-Tutors support the Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region (LDANR)’s numeracy and literacy tutoring program for children in Grades 1-10 who are demonstrating difficulties due to a diagnosed or potential learning disability. These one-on-one programs are designed to motivate and help children gain confidence and academic success in their fundamental literacy or math skills by pairing them with a trained volunteer tutor. It is also designed to help volunteer-tutors gain knowledge and experience in working with children who experience difficulties learning.
The Volunteer-Tutor is responsible for developing and implementing an appropriate and effective individualized tutoring program and workstation board to meet their child’s unique needs and learning styles over the course of 8 weeks. Positions are available in many cities across the Niagara Region from Beamsville to Fort Erie. Volunteer commitment varies from 1.5-3 hours/week (depending on the specific program) for an 8-week session.
If you are interested, please complete a Volunteer Intake Form
Special Olympics Hamilton is one of the Campus to Community Program Partners. With opportunities to volunteer under a number of different Special Olympic programs, students have the opportunity to get connected within the Hamilton community while making lasting relationships. Choose from a number of volunteer opportunities that fit your schedule and interests!
To register as a volunteer for Special Olympics Hamilton please register using the link below. Create an account on the Special Olympics portal to access the applications to volunteer.
Join one of our Campus to Community volunteer teams at Mission Services!
Mission Services are looking for volunteers to assist them with Food Bank.
Responsibilities of Volunteers:
-Welcome and engage with community members waiting for intake at the Good Food Centre.
-Greet clients approaching the food distribution area.
-Assist community members with providing children with appropriate activities.
-Help community members navigate in the Good Food Centre.
-Receive the “shopping list” and retrieve food items accordingly.
-During slow periods, check shelves for expired items and dispose of those that do not comply with food safety standards.
There are multiple shifts available for this opportunity! Transportation can be arranged from Fennell Campus
The Mohawk College Community Garden provides a place for individuals, departments and student groups to grow common fruits and vegetables for personal consumption at the Fennell Campus. Funded by the Sustainability Initiatives Fund, the Community Garden has grown from 8 plots to 49 plots since it opened in 2013.
We are looking for students to help us with the maintenance of the Community Garden for the 2019 season. We will be hosting volunteer sessions every Wednesday at common hour, where you will learn best practices in weeding, watering, plant care, and general maintenance of the garden.
Help build the growing culture of sustainability at Mohawk College!
The Canadian Red Cross Society, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, has volunteer positions available as part of the Communications Volunteer Team. Reporting to the Communications Lead Volunteer, the Communications Team Members will volunteer to help promote the Canadian Red Cross and its programs and services through engagement with media and developing content.
Responsibilities could include:
-Act as a spokesperson in times of disaster and/or facilitate local media requests (key messaging provided).
-Positions the Canadian Red Cross as the charity of choice during fundraising appeals
-Research, write and edit stories to promote the work of the Canadian Red Cross at the local level
-Supports the Communications Department with media training
-Create audio-visual content for use on social media locally and provincially
-Support promotion of Red Cross activities through social media
-Proactively pitches story ideas to the media to promote Red Cross services and programs
-Participates with proactive media pitches locally to garner media coverage for Red Cross in their region
-Works with Emergency Management department to gather content during appeals or when profiling local Red Cross volunteers
-Performs other duties, as required
This opportunity would include preparing the land for planting, maintaining the garden and area (weeding, pruning, watering etc.) harvesting,possible distribution of crops to greater Indigenous community and closing the garden at season end. Learn about community leadership, gardening and Traditional Indigenous Sustainability along the way. Please dedicate a minimum of 5-10hrs; ongoing seasonal participation preferred. Thursdays will be maintenance day every week between 3:00-4:30; additional times will be added along the way. First meeting day will be Thursday April 18th 3;00-4:30 at the Hoop Dance Area.
- Visits clients in their homes to conduct wellness assessment surveys/questionnaires
- Assists clients in personal health-related goal identification
- Provides social connection to older adults
- Communicates with volunteer organizations, family health team, research team, and/or community based organizations
- Utilizes a tablet computer and other technology to provide information to identified organizations
- Maintains up to date knowledge of health programs and services and acts as resource in the community through the use of approved information and referral sources
- Works closely with program coordinator to schedule client appointments
- Completes feedback and reports; and submits information to the volunteer coordinator
If interested, please visit the following link:
Student Life is looking for volunteers to assist with the Mohawk College Walksmart Program.
Walksmart Volunteers promote a safe environment for our campus community by providing safe walks for students, staff and faculty to their cars, bus stop or house in the surrounding area of the campus.
Volunteers must be able to commit to regular shifts per week to ensure consistency in service and to the individuals they walk.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org