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1. Working closely with the Volunteer Coordinator, to manage the wave of new volunteers.
2. Staying aware of Board decisions about new or changed programs for volunteer placement.
3. Staying in frequent phone or email contact, to ensure that every new volunteer is contacted promptly and given orientation to the history, values, and projects of the organization.
4. Doing your utmost to learn enough about the individual volunteer to ensure that we find an appropriate “fit” for the individual.
5. Ensure that the new volunteer is thriving in the volunteer position.
5. In the case of an unhappy or discontented volunteer, collaborate closely with the Volunteer Coordinator to rectify the situation. Ideally, you will collaborate with one other member of the Committee, who could replace you in situations of absence
2. Offering options and support.
3. Using a sensitive approach, helping individuals identify their personal interests to focus a project on, without being pushy or taking over the decision-making.
Ideally, you will collaborate with one other member of the Committee, who could replace you in situations of absence.
2 or 3 adults will be available as a Support Group when needed, but will not direct the group discussion unless an intervention is needed or requested.
We are hoping for volunteers who are enthusiastic, creative, optimistic and somewhat experienced in environmental matters, and comfortable in collaborative action. Interest in tree-planting is desirable but not necessary.
Due to Covid, we are not meeting in person, but on line (ZOOM, telephone communication, and email.)
1. Attending and participating in a biweekly Zoom meeting of the Development Committee, usually on a Tuesday evening, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
2. Brainstorming and engaging in creative, imaginative thinking with a diverse group.
3. As much as possible, following up between meetings to report relevant information or ideas for the following meeting.
We welcome and value a few high school students, but we need a majority of adults. We respect that the students must put their academics first, which usually results in losing students at some time in the year.
Next Cycle is Spring 2022. Early-acceptance deadline is mid-December.
If accepted you would be in charge of running a Believe Leadership Chapter at your school or in your community. You will:
- Complete the Chapter Head training which will give you everything you need to be able to run a successful chapter
- Set up Chapter at your school
- Promote the Chapter & recruit members
- Teach a 8 week student led program to help your members build leadership skills and complete a Believe Passion Project. All lessons, activities, and content will be provided
- Optional Chapter Head meet ups to connect and learn from other Believe Chapters
- Can choose to apply with a friend/peer
Next Step: Apply @ https://www.believeinitiative.com/believe-leadership-course/
For a list of active Chapters, visit https://www.believeinitiative.com/believe-leadership-course/chapter-list/
We direct our energy and efforts at government decision makers like party leaders, Members of Parliament and senators because they have the power to improve policies and make the monetary investments needed to end extreme poverty. We also raise awareness by writing letters to the editor (LTEs) and op-eds, using social media, fundraising and more.
Oftentimes the first step is putting these issues on the radar — and keeping the pressure on. It might seem like a small step, but it all adds up into impact.
Commitment: 1 year minimum, 1-2 hours per week on average
Support structure: Volunteers (virtually) meet in local groups on a monthly basis and rely on their group leader(s) for guidance. Attending other virtual calls and webinars led by Results staff is recommended.
If you’re ready to learn about advocacy, causes and solutions to extreme poverty and committed to taking action every month, join us! *** To volunteer: sign up here: https://resultscanada.ca/join-us/ ***
Help increase COVID-19 vaccine literacy.
As an Ambassador you will be trained in a 5-session program and equipped with knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to lead conversations about COVID-19 vaccines in your local community.
Students for Herd Immunity works with physicians, educators, and other community leaders to try to provide the most-up-to date and accurate information about the COVID-19 vaccines; however this information should not replace or supersede information from the CDC, Health Canada, WHO, or healthcare professionals you see.
1. Sorting and filing historical papers, and filing new ones on-line.
2. Using historical name lists to identify “Recycling Pioneers” for notification of an upcoming event.
3. Helping us to improve efficiency.
4. Because of Covid restrictions, you will work from home, maintaining contact with the Secretary and Volunteer Coordinator. We will respect your personal situation around hours of work.
Ideally, you will collaborate with one other member, who could replace you in situations of absence.
1. Attending meetings of the Recycling Committee, biweekly;
2. Assisting with building of the Committee;
3. Attending to recycling of materials, to ensure efficiency and proper procedures.
Ideally, you will collaborate with one other member who could replace you in situations of absence.
2. Gathering and filing names and addresses of organizations and businesses;
3. Collaborating with the Secretary if requested.