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  • What health and safety protocols, including any COVID-19 related protocols, are put in place to protect volunteers?
  • How will I receive training for this volunteer role?
  • Who will be my direct supervisor? Who can I contact if I have questions or concerns and my supervisor is unavailable?
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  3. Learning and Fun (LAF) After School Program Mentor

The LAF After School Program Mentor will work with children from grades 1-8 one-on-one or in small group settings one or more days per week.

The program runs from 2:45pm-4:30pm Monday through Thursday from September to June. Students in grades 1-4 attend on Mondays and Wednesdays, students in grades 5-8 attend Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Focus on these days will be on developing children’s math, reading, writing, financial literacy and homework completion skills through individualized tutoring. Once a month each group will have a recreational activity day planned such as cooking, crafts, team sports, board games, movie days, etc.

1.) To supervise and interact with children during the program in small groups or one-on-one setting always ensuring the safety of the child(ren) being supervised
2.) To act as a positive role model for all children in the program always encouraging and demonstrating respect, appropriate behaviour and healthy relationships
3.) To abide by the Welcome Inn Community Centre Volunteer Code of Conduct
4.) To help facilitate recreational/learning activities
5.) To assist with set up, clean up, snack distribution
6.) To actively participate in group activities
7.) To be willing and available to pick children up at Bennetto or St. Lawrence schools
8.) To use evaluative tools to provide feedback on programming and children’s progress throughout the year
9.) To inform Children’s Programs Coordinator or volunteer group facilitator if you will be late or absent so alternate arrangements can be made for your child(ren)
10.) To report any situation of suspected child abuse/neglect to the Children’s Programs Coordinator at Welcome Inn and to the Children’s Aid Society.

When: Various shifts available
40 Wood St E, Hamilton, ON, Canada

Contact Michelle Urbanek at

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