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|Position Title||Organization / Program Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Volunteering Location||Police Check|
|Peer Outreach Training||Peer Outreach Support Services & Education (POSSE)||Your only duty is to show up, be open minded, non-judgmental and willing to learn.
January through May is our official POSSE outreach trainings where we cover such topics as racism, sexism, sexual assault, homelessness, homophobia, harm reduction, sexual health, anti-oppression etc... Reps from various social service agencies come in and engage the youth in discussion around the issues but also let us know about what services are available in the community. Youth are encouraged to get involved in the discussions but are welcome to listen only.
The youth who have been through trainings are out in the community from June through September handing out harm reduction supplies, resource and referral information connecting with youth in their community.
From October to December we begin meeting again and these trainings are a little more informal, and open to what youth want to do. Sometimes we have doc/talk nights where we watch a documentary and have a discussion. We have done resume building/ interview skills, yoga, improv, starting a social movement, self-defense.
This is an opportunity to come to POSSE trainings, get your volunteer hours for school, and potentially apply for one of the paid positions for which you will receive honoraria for all training and outreach work.
|Youth ; High School Students||Locations info on our website: http://www.posseproject.ca/index.php/peer-outreach/training/||Not Required|
|Girls Group Supervisor||ROCK, Head Office||With the assistance of teen volunteers, lead and supervise a social skills group of girls (grades 4 to 8) Must be willing to follow manual and lead discussions and activities as outlined. Must be able to supervise teen volunteers and youth clients. Organize group discussions, crafts and games.||Adults aged 18 and up||Kerr Street, Oakville||Required|
|Senior Youth Volunteer - Male or Female||ROCK, Head Office||Spend time with a child aged 6 to 12 years, participating in fun & recreational activities. The goal is to develop social skills & self esteem and to be a positive role model.
-Suitable for youth aged 16 to 24.
-Nine month to one year commitment of 3 hours per week.
-Hours are flexible.
-Volunteers are matched on a one to one basis.
|Youth ; High School Students||At child's home or own home as convenient - will be matched with someone in their area.||Required|
|Big Brother||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||Provide Little Brother with support, guidance and friendship, opportunities for improving social skills and self esteem, and offering low cost shared activities. Also opportunity for a couple to provide a Little Brother with same support.||Adults aged 18 and up||As convenient to volunteer and client||Required|
|In - School Mentor||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||Each adult volunteer becomes a special friend to one child. Volunteer will spend one hour a week with a boy or girl at the child's school. The volunteer and child will spend time doing activities that are of interest to the child such as playing games, puzzles, crafts, reading, talking or sports. The match is based on fun. Volunteer may volunteer in a school close to their home or their work in the Halton Region.||Adults aged 18 and up||Elementary schools in Halton||Required|