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|Position Title||Organization / Program Name(s)||Communities||Duties||Suitable For||Location||Police Check|
|Board Member||Oakville Senior Citizens Residence||Join our highly talented, diverse and dedicated Board of Directors with existing work experience in various sectors and disciplines. Potential members must demonstrate a passion for maintaining a high standard of care to OSCR clients, exercise skill and diligence in the best interest of OSCR and abide by existing governance regulations for non-profit organizations.
The ideal candidate will possess significant experience in board governance with preference being given to candidates with executive leadership and experience in Health Care, Seniors Services, Human Resources, and community engagement.
The Board meets bi-monthly and participates in committee work as well as OSCR social and fundraising events. A thorough orientation program is provided as well as ongoing governance education.
|Adults (18+)||Bronte, Oakville||Required|
|Reading Rocks Volunteer Literacy Tutor||Learning Disabilities Association of Halton||The Reading Rocks volunteer tutor:
• Works with the Program Facilitator and Program Coordinator to develop and implement an appropriate and effective individualized literacy program to meet the child’s individual literacy needs;
• Develops and implements engaging, creative and hands-‐on literacy activities and games in the areas of literacy: phonics, sight words, fluency, reading/listening comprehension, spelling, grammar, sentence structure, and more to provide assistance for the assigned child struggling with literacy skills;
• Develops a unique work station where the child’s successes are emphasized;
• Conducts informal literacy assessment on the first day of program (pre-assessment) as well as on the last day of program (post-assessment);
• Provides a positive learning environment to invoke self-‐motivation for the child as he/she develops phonological awareness and processing skills;
• Educates the child on how their unique learning requirements affect how they understand and use information and how this ultimately affects their ability to learn and ways they can use their unique learning as a strength;
• Provides regular positive feedback on the student’s progress to instill self-motivation and self-confidence in their academic development;
• Fills out session reports after the tutoring sessions to track the children’s progress;
• Assists the program facilitator if need be.
|Adults (18+) ; Post-secondary students||Oakville, Burlington, Milton||Required|
|Girl Guide Leader||Girl Guides of Canada, Ontario Council Office, Ontario Council||• Provide responsible leadership to a group of girl or youth members while facilitating engaging programming
• Commitment to creating safe environments for girls, both emotionally and physically
• Communicate with parents/guardians
• Adhere to the Girl Guide Code of Conduct and Safe Guide
• Have fun
When you join Girl Guides as an adult volunteer, you’re embarking on an exciting journey. Each year from September to May, you’ll have the opportunity to help shape the next generation of girls through weekly activities, fun outings and programming that’s girl-centric, fun and engaging. There are so many possibilities! Your unit could go on an outdoor scavenger hunt, have a sleepover at a science museum or plant a tree. Our dynamic programming offers plenty of opportunities for you and your fellow Guiders to be creative and ignite the minds of girls.
|Take Back The Night Committee Member||Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention Services of Halton, Oakville - Head Office||Attend a planning meeting once or twice a month from May until September, give input on committee decisions via email
Spread the word about Take Back The Night
Share ideas about how violence impacts your community
|Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students||SAVIS of Halton: 1515 Rebecca Street, Suite 208 (South Oakville Centre, second floor), Oakville||Not 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 (18+)||As convenient to volunteer and client||Required|
|Dunk & Dive Volunteer||Burlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Burlington - Multiple Locations, Programs for People with Disabilities||Assist teens (13 to 16 years) who have a disability.
Assist teens to participate in a variety of sports & swimming activities
|Highschool students||Tansley Woods Community Centre, 1996 Itabashi Way, Burlington||Required|
|Friday Activity Night||Burlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Burlington - Multiple Locations, Programs for People with Disabilities||Assist in drop-in program for teens & young adults who have developmental delays.
Help with group or one on one
|Highschool students||Brant Hills Community Centre, 2255 Brant Street||Required|
|Fun Fair Event Set Up and Take Down Volunteer||Milton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St S||Suitable for students and adults wanting a one time only volunteer opportunity.
-Volunteers will be assisting with the set up of the event area, including some heavy lifting
-Volunteers will assist staff with the supervision of family friendly activities
-Volunteers will be assisting with clean up of the event area, including some heavy lifting following the special event
|Anyone ; Adults (18+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students ; Newcomers / English as a second language||410 Bronte Street South||Not 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, dodge-ball day, attending sporting events, and many more!
|Adults (18+)||Varies with the event location||Required|
|Leisure Buddy||Community Living Oakville||Volunteer to spend time with an adult(s) who have a developmental disability. Assist person in accessing their community by going for walks, coffee, movies, bowling etc. depending on individual's interests.
Do you have skills in reading, computers, radio broadcasting or music? We run many programs that you could lead or assist with.
|Adults (18+) ; Highschool students||Various locations in Oakville||Required|
|Leisure Link Volunteer||Burlington. Parks and Recreation Department, Burlington - Multiple Locations, Programs for People with Disabilities||The role of a Leisure Link Volunteer is to be matched with a person who has special needs and support him/her in the camp setting on a one-to-one basis. Together, they will participate in leisure activities and tasks that take place during the camp day.||Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students ; Newcomers / English as a second language||City of Burlington camps run out of various schools and Burlington facilities across the city.||Required|
|Out & About Volunteer||Assist adults (18 & over) who have a developmental delay in community activities.||Adults (18+)||Various locations dependent on planned activity in Burlington||Required|
|Reading Buddies Visitor||Milton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St S||Reading Buddies will visit MCRC's nursery school program to read to children for 20-30 minutes once per week (maximum)||Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students||MCRC's Early Learning Centre, 45 Bruce Street, Milton||Required|
|Special Events and Fundraising Volunteer||Community Living Oakville||Community Living Oakville is looking for committed and dedicated people to assist with Fundraising events. Join our terrific team with any of the tasks below:
- Obtaining donated items for our raffle and/or silent auction
- Seeking Sponsorship for specific events
- Community Awareness/Marketing
- Becoming a Fundraising committee member
- Volunteering on the day of event
|Adults (18+) ; Highschool students||Various locations in Oakville- meetings usually held at 301 Wyecroft Rd.||Not Required|
|Support Group Facilitator||Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children||Facilitation of open-ended peer support groups for bereaved children, teens, adults.||Adults (18+)||Oakville||Required|
|Acton Community Garden Volunteer||Community Development Halton, Burlington - Harrington Crt||Suitable for anyone interested in getting outside to garden or learn about gardening. Volunteer skills needed for the 2016 growing season:
• People able to water, weed and harvest
• Fundraisers and a treasurer
• Communications volunteer to be a liaison with the local paper
|Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students||Rotary Park off of Elizabeth Street, Acton||Not Required|
|Milton Office Waiting Room Volunteer||ROCK, Milton Office||- Assist with welcoming families when they arrive for counselling services during our walk-in clinic times
- Help children and youth to feel comfortable
- Provide them with activities, crafts, games to do
- Help to manage any behaviour
- Ensure that the children are always safe
|Adults (18+)||Milton ROCK office - 400 Bronte Street South, Milton, suite 101||Required|
|Photographer||Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels||To assist in promotion of several events by providing photography services on a volunteer basis. Events taking place weekdays around mid-day and requiring 1 - 1.5 hours each with 2 - 5 mid day events in March; 2 or 3 in April, one each in the months of May, September, November and December.||Adults (18+)|
|Volunteer Driver - Meal Delivery||Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels||To deliver hot and/or frozen meals to individuals in their homes in Oakville on a regular or substitute basis.||Start & end at Oakville Trafalgar Hospital - Deliveries throughout Oakville||Required|
|Homework Club Volunteer||ArtHouse, Mailing Address||Great opportunity to get your 40 hours done, helping in an after school program from 4 to 6 pm.
Responsibilities include helping with homework, sports, crafts and games.
|Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students||513 Walkers Line, Burlington||Required|
|ElderTALK Older Adult Group Facilitator||Support & Housing - Halton, Milton - Bronte St S, TEACH||Moderates a weekly group meeting, communicates with the Program Coordinator, maintains group attendance records and uses TEACH material to provide information to the group.||Seniors (55+)||Required|
|Resource Assistant - THRC||Milton Community Resource Centre, Milton - 410 Bronte St S||Develop and prepare educational resources as needed.
Assist staff with the organization of resource materials.
|Adults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Youth (12-18) ; Highschool students ; Persons with a hearing impairment ; Persons with a physical disability ; Persons with a visual impairment ; Newcomers / English as a second language||The Halton Resource Connection, 410 Bronte St. S., Milton||Required|