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Education Assistant (PA Day Camps)Art Gallery of BurlingtonBurlington The AGB has introduced PA Day Camps as a new program in our education department. These are drop-off programs featuring a variety of creative activities for kids on their PA Days. Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students Art Gallery of Burlington, 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON  
Education Assistant, Term TwoArt Gallery of BurlingtonBurlington -help provide a warm, comfortable atmosphere for the children 
-assist in directing students and families through the facility to and from classrooms 
-lead and supervise children through the facility 
-assist in the studio with set-up/clean-up as well as during the activities
Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students Art Gallery of Burlington (Burlington, ON)  
March Break Camp AssistantArt Gallery of BurlingtonBurlington -providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere 
-assist and direct the parents and campers to their designated areas from drop off to pick up 
-provide support to the Art teachers and staff in the volunteer's assigned rooms/stations 
-supervise the campers during lessons, before & after care, and/or nutrition breaks 
Adults (18+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students The Art Gallery of Burlington - 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, Ontario, L7S 1A9 Required
Open Studios Workshop AssistantArt Gallery of BurlingtonBurlington The AGB offers free Open Studios to our visitors on alternating Sunday afternoons. These are coordinated by staff and run by instructors. We are looking for volunteers to help these afternoons run smoothly by assisting particpants with supplies, explaining activity instructions and helping to track visitor numbers. Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students Art Gallery of Burlington, 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON  
VTAP Development Committee MemberElder Technology Assistance GroupBurlington  Halton Hills  Milton  Oakville - Project-oriented role 
- Assess current program protocols and technology tools 
- Identify technology trends in our Volunteer Technology Assistance Program (VTAP) and for VTAP (for example, new technology releases like Windows 8) 
- Share ideas about and help with increasing volunteer pool 
- Discuss effective strategies for management and coordination of volunteer pool 
- Formulate ways to maintain and increase participant participation 
- Create and review procedures for administration and teaching 
- Share and develop best practice across VTAP network 
- Act as brand ambassador at events, info booths, workshops 
- Attend monthly meeting – Every other month in person, and every other month via Google Hangouts or Skype* (or similar medium) 
 
o 2 hours for meetings every month 7-9pm (typically a Wednesday) 
o 2-4 hours of sub-committee work - related to project & action items 
*You must have a Google and Skype ID to attend these meetings
Adults (18+) Mississauga or online (via Skype or Google Hangouts) Not Required
Technology TutorElder Technology Assistance GroupBurlington  Oakville This is an interesting and rewarding volunteer position.  
- Helping clients learn basic computer skills such as: email, Google search, Facebook and MS-Word.  
- Suggest things that clients could or should learn.  
- Assist seniors to acquire, develop and broaden computer and related technology skills.  
- Volunteers need to be reliable and dependable with a pleasant helpful attitude.  
- Volunteers must be able to help one-on-one or be able to manage three or four clients learning needs at the same time. 
- Volunteers must have strong technical knowledge of how to use modern technologies such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets 
Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students Oakville or Burlington Not Required
Telephone Peer Counsellor (Halton Breastfeeding Connection)Halton. Halton Region Health Department, Oakville - Dorval Dr, Early Years HealthBurlington  Halton Hills  Milton  Oakville Contact expectant mother(s)about 2 weeks before due date. Call as necessary once baby arrives home and until mother feels confident and connected with other supports. Share own breastfeeding experience when appropriate to assist new mother in recognizing the normal process of nursing. Volunteers can seek out advice and support as needed from their Volunteer Coordinator, Public Health Nurses and other breastfeeding resources in the community. Volunteers will provide contact statistics to the Health Department upon completion of client support. Adults (18+) Work is done from volunteer's own home Required
Volunteer Fair RSVPErinoakKids, Centre for Treatment and DevelopmentOakville If you are between 14 and 17, drop in and join us: 
• Find out how YOU can apply to volunteer 
• Learn about the children and youth we serve 
• Learn about the summer programs we offer 
• Bring a current copy of your resume 
 
Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students 2381 Bristol Circle, Suite 100 (Winston Churchill and Dundas area), Oakville Not Required
Board MemberSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Oakville OfficeOakville The Board of Directors for SHOP seeks interested community members to apply for current vacant Board positions. In particular, we require individuals with a background in Mental Health and Addictions Services, Legal Services, Housing/Property Development or Fundraising.  
 
Participation:  
You must be able to commit to attend the regularly scheduled board meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. Board meeting are approximately 2 hours in length and are scheduled each month with the exception of December, July and August. Additionally, Board committees meet quarterly and members are encouraged to participate on a committee that meets their interest and skill sets. There are also opportunities to participate in organizational events as your availability allows.  
 
What you need to do:  
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further, please forward your CV and cover letter to info@summit-housing.ca
     
Board MemberSummit Housing and Outreach Programs, Milton OfficeMilton The Board of Directors for SHOP seeks interested community members to apply for current vacant Board positions. In particular, we require individuals with a background in Mental Health and Addictions Services, Legal Services, Housing/Property Development or Fundraising.  
 
Participation:  
You must be able to commit to attend the regularly scheduled board meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. Board meeting are approximately 2 hours in length and are scheduled each month with the exception of December, July and August. Additionally, Board committees meet quarterly and members are encouraged to participate on a committee that meets their interest and skill sets. There are also opportunities to participate in organizational events as your availability allows.  
 
What you need to do:  
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity further, please forward your CV and cover letter to info@summit-housing.ca
     
Board of DirectorsParkview Childrens Centre, Oakville - Lakeshore Rd - The Lakeshore School, Licensed Child Care CentreBurlington  Oakville - Acts as ad hoc committee member as needed 
- Fosters strong working relationships with other Board members 
- Strives to participate in an effective Board culture to ensure a higher performing team capable of fulfilling its responsibilities 
- Ensures organizational policies and procedures are followed 
- Ideally has a building and maintenance background (not required) and previous not-for-profit Board experience 
  Meetings take place between three sites that are located in Burlington and Oakville Required
Environmental Researcher (Recycling Revisited)Community Development Halton, Burlington - Harrington Crt, Volunteer HaltonBurlington (1) To do information research in the area of recycling history in Ontario and Canada, This could involve searching electronically or in publications and clipping files, making phone calls &/or sending emails under direction from the Volunteer Coordinator. 
(2) If there is more than one Volunteer, it will be important for the volunteers to share information, contacts and search strategies. 
(3) All historical information gathered must be recorded and backed up in systematic, easily accessed ways that agreed to by the Volunteer Coordinator. 
 
Category of duties: 
(1) Library Searcher for clippings and written records;  
(2) Literature Searcher in relevant journals and publications including government documents;  
(3) Interviewer to gather verbal and personal testimony from representatives of environmental and governmental organizations and individual activists/participants in environmental citizen action.  
It is possible that volunteers might combine activities within all three categories, or might focus on just one of the three categories. 
(4) There may be a request for assistance with some archival duties with materials from the 1970s/1980s. 
 
Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students Volunteer's home &/or libraries Not Required
Volunteer ReceptionistBurlington Humane SocietyBurlington Provide friendly, helpful and courteous support at our front desk. Answer telephones, greet the public, provide office work support, and help with odd jobs that come up. Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Highschool students 740 Griffith Court, Burlington, ON  
Feed and Clean Volunteers (Cats and Kittens)Burlington Humane SocietyBurlington Responsibilities:  
- Clean/sanitize cat cages at different levels in the adoption rooms.  
- Clean cat dishes, litter boxes. Set up cat cages with appropriate food, litter & bedding.  
- Physically remove garbage from rooms, sweep and mop cat room floors.  
 
Requirements for cat f/c program:  
- Must be at least 15 years old.  
- Must have a current tetanus vaccine.  
- Hours for School Civic Engagement requirement available.  
- No court-ordered community service accepted.  
- Must be able to work independently.  
- Must be able to read & write clearly and follow instructions.  
 
All volunteers will be trained by a qualified person. Burlington Humane will make every effort to assist all applicants, but retains the right to excuse those volunteers who are deemed unsuitable for the cat feed/clean program. The health and welfare of the animals and the volunteers are of utmost importance.
Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students 740 Griffith Court, Burlington, ON, L7L 5R9