LDA London Region is currently looking for individuals interested in becoming program location Site Supervisors for our fun activity-based literacy program.
Supervisors would work under the direction of the Program Coordinator of LDA London Region, setup/tear down of activities, supervise activity leaders and up to 20-25 students who attend weekly program. Site Supervisors would also give direction of activities to leaders when needed.
We are in need of dynamic, engaging, dedicated and experienced individuals who are able to support our Children's Circles programming. Our ultimate goal of Circles is to support families to break the cycle of poverty in London.
E3--Employment First. Employment Ready. Employment for All.
At Community Living London, we believe in a future where all people are included. E3 provides pre-employment training for people with disabilities to prepare them for employment success. We offer a range of workshops that include the use of role playing, group discussions, videos and interactive activities and are taught to accommodate different learning levels and styles.
The South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre runs a Homework Help Program located at the White Oaks Family Centre for children grades 3-6. We are looking for volunteers to help students with their homework within a group setting on Tuesday's from 3:30-5:00pm. If you are interested please come down to the South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre and pick up a volunteer form or call or e-mail Joanna at 519-686-8600 ext 7386 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that a vulnerable police record check is required.
Our In-School mentoring programs provide girls and boys with a role model and a friend to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with, within school grounds. For one hour a week, mentors meet with their mentee and engage in activities, such as board games or crafts, or just hang out in the playground.
In-School Mentoring requires a weekly visit of 1 hour for the duration of the school year. Matches do not meet over the summer break or during other school holidays.
Our Mission: To provide programs and services through community-wide partnerships to help children learn to read. Our Goals:
- Assist young children in learning essential early reading skills.
- Build community by encouraging those who live and work in the community to be involved in supporting its children.
- Provide a meaningful volunteer opportunity.
Literacy skills are the strongest indicator of a child's future success in life. The percentage of the population that reads at an acceptable level is a great predictor of the success of a community in maintaining economic growth and an excellent quality of life. Therefore, the community as a whole needs to take responsibility for helping children learn to read.
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