Mentoring / Tutoring

Youth Mentor - Socail etiquette and Job Search Skills

Do you enjoy spending time with youth who have a disability? Do you want to make a difference to someone’s life? Do you have a good understanding of social etiquette, job searching skills and presenting a professional image?

We currently have a student who is graduating high school this year, and is looking to start contributing to her community through employment and volunteer roles. She would benefit from having someone who could set a good example of professionalism, social etiquette and assist with job searching, resume creating and interview skills.

Youth Mentor - Animation/Art Therapy

Do you have a passion for cartooning or animation? Are you involved in art therapy?  What about digital animation or comic book projects?

We currently have a student who has a passion and an amazing talent for drawing. She loves to use pencil and pen to draw cartoons, comic-book style art, fan-art, and has a talent for expressing her emotions through her art. She would love to expand her skills into animation, and would also like to explore the world of art therapy.

After School Program Tutor

Do you have a passion for education, or a knowledge set you would like to share? Would you like a chance to help youth learn and grow?

The Boys & Girls Club of London After School Program (A.S.P.) needs tutors in multiple disciplines for the high-school homework program. Working in tandem with BGCL staff, you would tutor individual or small groups of youth in a field of your choice.

The A.S.P. homework program runs out of Sir John Paul II Secondary School. Program is on Wednesdays, from 2:00-5:00 p.m., and is for grades 9-12.

Youth Mentor - Drawing/Painting Artist

Are you an artist? Do you love to explore art through drawing and painting? 

I have a student who would love to further her skills in drawing and painting. She is already a gifted artist, but needs further encouragement and opportunity to further explore and expand her skills.


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.  


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