Ready to make a difference in your community? Interested in welcoming a newcomer to the city and assisting them with language development and social integration? We are looking for committed volunteers to mentor a newcomer individual or family in Canadian culture and society, navigating the City, learning English and accessing community resources!
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.
Are you a professional working in the Digital Arts industry? Do you work as a photography in the St. Thomas area? If you are knowledgeable about all things Digital Arts & Photography and would enjoy sharing your experience with a youth, this initiative is for you!
Community Living Ontario- We are a non-profit, Provincial Association that advocates for people who have an intellectual disability to be fully included in all aspects of community life.
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 email@example.com
Please note that a vulnerable police record check is required.
The Student Links Program is looking for motivated and passionate individuals to share their area of expertise with a high school student. As a mentor with Student Links you will share everything about your area of passion or expertise, you will be able to support a youth in exploring their community, develop skills and explore vocational roles, while learning about themselves!
Did you benefit from having a mentor in your life as a youth? Or did you long for a person to bounce idea's off and help you explore opportunities to build your self-confidence? Student Links, through Community Living Ontario, is looking for a male mentor who will be able to support a youth explore their community, develop skills and explore vocational roles, while learning about themselves! The youth involved with this volunteer position has a variety of interests that he would like to explore with a mentor!
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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