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|Position Title||Organization / Program Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Volunteering Location||Police Check|
|Gabrielle's Ride Family Cycling Event Volunteer||Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton||Seeking energetic volunteers of all ages duties will include event set up, water station and route marshalls, site volunteers, registration desk, kids and family fun zone and traffic control.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Sixteen Mile Sports Complex, 3070 Neyagawa Blvd, Oakville ON||Not Required|
|Recreational Soccer Coach||Burlington Youth Soccer Club||As a coach, you will be in charge of communicating with your team on a weekly basis, committed to coaching weekly games and practices, attending BYSC recreational events (Soccer Day, Uniform Pick Up, Meetings), inputting player ratings at the end of the season. The commitment is one hour per week for U4 to U7 divisions and two hours per week for U8 to U17 divisions.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up||Burlington||Required|
|Bocce Ball Instructor||Burlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Burlington Seniors' Centre||Teach the rules, skills and strategies of Bocce Ball.||La Salle Park||Not Required|
|Running Group Mentors||Halton Children's Aid Society||Do you love to run? If so, would you enjoy mentoring a youth in a running group?
The running group will be targeted to our youth in care between the ages of 12-18.
The youth will learn to run 5kms and complete a 5km run
The group will also have an educational component with weekly presentations on key health issues.
Each youth will be set up with a mentor to run alongside.
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Families ; Community Groups||Burlington (off Mainway between Appleby Line and Burloak)||Required|
|Volunteer||ErinoakKids, Centre for Treatment and Development||The following are some examples of the programs that are assisted by volunteers:
Direct Support - working with clients and clinicians/therapists
Audiology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Vision Services, Intensive Behavioural Services, Medical Services, Communication Services (i.e.clinics, hydrotherapy, printing and typing, classroom support, summer camps, social skills groups, etc.)
Psychology & Psycho-educational Services, Special Services at Home, Transition Services, Nursing Services, Assistive Devices Resource Services, Caregiver Education Services, Community Participation and Engagement, Respite Services, Specialty Clinics, Recreation Therapy (Music, Drama), Early Childhood Education Services, Behaviour Consultation/ Therapy, Social Work (i.e.Respite Camp, Brothers and Sisters Day, Teen Drop-In, Dances, Skating, Cooking, book club, music, baseball, games nights, drama productions, music groups, etc.)
Indirect Support - working behind the scenes to ensure that all services and operational needs function smoothly in support of our children and families
Administrative Support - Clerical, Information and Resource Centre, data entry, photocopying, reception, mailings, etc.
Fundraising - assisting with the profile raising and fundraising endeavours at EOK events and third party events.
Group Volunteering - Group volunteer days with corporations, teams, or community groups
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+) ; Community Groups ; Corporate Groups||Burloak site - International Blvd, Burlington, Respite site - Oakville, Bristol site - Oakville||Required|
|Boys Group Supervisor||ROCK, Head Office||Along with male teen volunteers, supervise and lead a social skills group of boys aged 9 to 12 years. Must be willing to follow a manual and lead discussions with activities outlined. Interesting group discussions and fun sports to play.||Adults aged 18 and up||Kerr Street, Oakville||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|
|Group Recreation Volunteer||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton||Become a "Big Brother" or "Big Sister" for a day!
Enjoy sports, crafts & special outings. Recreation based program in which adult volunteers take children on our waiting list for an organized activity once a month. One year commitment.
Some activities include: snow tubing, attending a play, beach party, playing hockey/soccer, laser tag, dodgeball day, attending sporting events, and many more!
|Adults aged 18 and up||Varies with the event location||Required|
|Convenor of Learn-To-Play||Oakville Girls Softball Association||Under the direction of the VP of House League, the Convenor of the Learn to Play division will be mainly responsible for promoting Softball within the surrounding community, communicating with schools, agencies and associations as necessary to generate participation at the crucial early ages (4 to 6), as well as helping organize the LTP Blastball and Tyke divisions during the season.
Key Tasks include:
• Develop knowledge of the Learn To Play program offered by Softball Ontario
• Communicate with schools, agencies and associations to promote early-entry into Softball
• Help the OGSA gain a competitive standing with other early-entry sports
• Act as the main point of contact for the LTP division, communicating league information
|Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville|
|Convenor of OGSA House League||Oakville Girls Softball Association||Under the direction of the VP of House League, the OGSA/House League Division Convenor will act as the main point of contact within the House League division, communicating with coaches and managers all important dates and events and reporting to the OGSA on league developments. Will assist teams with reporting game scores and results and facilitate the distribution of uniforms, schedules and game rescheduling.
Key Tasks include:
• Act as representative at divisional meetings and report to OGSA VP of House League
• Assist in resolving any protests or disputes or conflicts that may arise during the season
• Monitor game results and scores, manage list of games that have been postponed or delayed
|Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville|
|Convenor of Special Events||Oakville Girls Softball Association||In coordination with the Director of Development, the Special Event Convenor will manage the key OGSA events, Opening Day and Closing Gala’s, while acting as volunteer coordinator for Select and Rep Tournaments, providing attendees with a professional and fun experience.
Key Tasks include:
• Successfully execute all logistics related to OGSA signature events
• Coordinate set-ups, staging, seating, parking and communication
• Coordinate with Equipment Convenor to ensure all events are properly equipped
|Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville|
|Convenor of Equipment||Oakville Girls Softball Association||Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Equipment Convenor will manage the seasonal procurement and distribution of all Equipment and Uniforms for House League and Select teams, clinics and workshops, facilitating the in-season organizing and distribution of equipment for all relevant OGSA special events, tournaments and outdoor programs.
Key tasks include:
• Manage OGSA Equipment & Uniforms budget for fiscal operating year
• Review existing equipment and make recommendations for replacement and/or repair
• Coordinate Uniforms for House League and Select divisions
• Collect vendor proposals, create equipment purchase proposal, present to Board for approval
• Validate and track equipment lending and disbursement
• Stock on-site Storage units at Trafalgar Park with clinic/training equipment
• Help manage the setup and equipment for opening, gala and tournament dates
• Distribute equipment to indoor training programs, clinics and workshop coaches
• Coordinate with Special Events Convenor to ensure all events are properly equipped
|Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville|
|Director of Development||Oakville Girls Softball Association||Together with the Board of Directors, the Director of Development oversees the OGSA’s global development strategy; responsible for coordinating development programs for Coaches, Junior Umpires and Athletes, helping implement Long Term Player Development (LTPD) principles and Best Practices, while acting as liaison between the OGSA divisions.
Key tasks include:
- Develop in-depth comprehension of Softball Canada’s Long Term Player Development (LTPD) and working knowledge of LTPD Best Practices
- Enlist knowledge of LTPD to make recommendations and assist with the planning and advancement of internal Development initiatives
- Conduct annual review of Development initiatives and performance within the OGSA divisions, Make recommendations for improved program performance based on LTPD Best Practices
- Advise President and OGSA Board on contemporary LTPD advancements
- Oversee the implementation of LTPD Clinics
- Workshops and Training such as Advanced Training (ATP)
- Player Development Clinics, Group Practices, Junior Umpires, Coaches-NCCP and Colour Your Dream-PWSA
|Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville, and some nearby cities.||Required|
|Vice President of House League||Oakville Girls Softball Association||Together with the OGSA Board of Directors, the Vice President of House League will manage the day to day operation, promotion and planning of the House division; liaise with relevant interlock associations, develop internal programs and promote grassroots involvement within the community.
The Vice President may perform other duties such as overseeing special projects and committees that may occasionally be requested by the Board of Directors.
Key functions include:
- Prepare and present fiscal year operating budget
- Supervise and support division convenors
- Identify and recruit coaches for the House League divisions
- Coordinate with league Registrar to prepare player draft for each division
- Facilitate training programs for players & coaches
- Undertake seasonal review of league operation, policies & procedures, rules and programs, make recommendations for future improvement
- Participate in resolving House League matters of conflict and dispute.
|Adults aged 18 and up ; Seniors (55+)||Oakville, and some nearby cities||Required|
|Sport Volunteer - Halton Hills Sports League||Halton Hills. Recreation and Parks Department||There are a variety of sport programs available:
In this program participants will learn bike skills and build self-esteem while developing their potential. Program activities include bicycle safety, skills, technique, mechanics and etiquette. The course in instructed by certified cycling coaches. Volunteers assist staff in facilitating the program. Volunteers are required to provide their own bike and helmet.
Adults & children 7 to 12 years can learn skills and drills together as a family. Sports are played such as volleyball, basketball & indoor soccer. Volunteers assist staff in facilitating the program.
This program is custom tailored to meet the needs of the participants’ age 8-11 years old. Content includes skateboard terminology, equipment, board maintenance, balance, ramps, stairs, and tricks. Volunteers assist staff in facilitating the program. Volunteers are required to provide their own skateboard, helmet, knee and elbow pads.
Special Needs Baseball
Softball specially designed for teens and adults with special needs. Focus is on participation and getting active, no experience is necessary. Volunteers will assist staff in facilitating the games, engaging and encouraging participants. Participants vary in age from youth to adult. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older.
Special Needs Soccer
Soccer specially designed for teens and adults with special needs. Focus is on participation and getting active. Volunteers will assist staff in facilitating the games, engaging and encouraging participants. Participants vary in age from youth to adult. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older.
Volunteers assist staff facilitate the tennis program which focuses on developing skills such as backhand, forehand, service, scoring and court etiquette. There are 3 age groups: 6-7, 8-9 or 10-12 years old. Volunteers may sign up for multiple ages if desired. Volunteers are required to provide their own tennis racquet.
This program is for young athletes (13-15 yrs.) who are looking to improve their skills and develop their game strategies. Participants will focus on instructional drills, scrimmages and sportsmanship. Volunteers will assist staff in facilitating the program, sign in procedures and end of session evaluations. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older.
Tyke and Novice Basketball League
Get out and give it a shot! This recreational league focuses on teaching basketball skills in a progressive manner while encouraging participation to maximize success and growth of every player. Under the guidance of a coach, players learn the fundamentals of the game through sound instructional skill, drills, team work and game situations. Each week the team practices a skill and plays a game!
Junior and Senior Volleyball League
This program focuses on the development of skills, sportsmanship, self- esteem, team work and fair play. These elements will be highlighted through instructional drills, game strategies and game play. Each team will practice their skills and participate in a weekly game.
|Youth ; High School Students||Primarily Georgetown location but Skateboard Extreme and Tennis are also offered in Acton.||Required|
|Chill Zone Volunteer||Community Development Halton, Volunteer Halton||Great opportunity to get your 40 hours done, helping in an after school program from 3:30 to 5:30 pm.
Responsibilities include helping with homework, crafts and games.
|Youth ; High School Students||Burlington||Required|
|Event Planning, Registration, Fundraising, Marketing||Burlington Minor Football Association||Many volunteer positions available with the Burlington Braves. Marketing, Event Planning, Registration, Communications. Bring your talents and join a very strong team dedicated to this CJFL team.||Youth ; High School Students ; Adults aged 18 and up ; Newcomers/ESL ; Families||Burlington Braves clubhouse - Nelson High School||Not Required|