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The Volunteer Registry can help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity to build your skills and your community. Use the search tools to locate the perfect opportunity for you!

If you're interested in learning more about volunteering, check out our "Volunteering on Campus" video to learn more about a few of the regular opportunities available at the U of A.

There are currently 226 Volunteer Opportunities in our database.

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At The Steadward Centre we offer kids, teens and adults with disabilities the opportunity to improve their health, lifestyle, physical fitness and/or athletic performance. The Steadward Centre offers dynamic, fully-equipped adapted physical activity programs, located on the main level on the west side of the Van Vliet Complex (Next to the Butterdome).


The Spring/Summer 2017 Volunteer application package:

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The Esperanza Project is a small non-profit organization located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic in the beautiful town of Cabrera. We are in the 8th year of our educational program, a small school which focuses on providing high quality, affordable education to local children and teens aged 6 to 19.

The position will involve assisting our three lead teachers in classes of 5 to 15 students at a time. This could mean working one on one with a struggling student or assisting the class as a whole. This position will also offer the opportunity for the volunteer to lead their own classes in areas they are passionate about from Science to Art. The position is flexible dependent on the volunteer’s comfort level and experience with teaching.

As the position is located in the Dominican Republic, students will be living with local families
during the length of their stay, where they will have a private room in the home as well as all of their meals provided. This is at the expense of the volunteer but is all arranged through the organization, along with transportation to and from the home / airport.

The educational program runs from Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm, leaving evenings and weekends available for volunteers to explore the local area and really take in the Dominican culture. There are half a dozen beautiful beaches within 20 minutes of the school, as well as other natural lakes and waterfalls very close by. Within the town there are several restaurants, cafes, bars, parks and a beautiful waterfront boardwalk where volunteers can relax and enjoy their time off.

The Esperanza Project offers the perfect combination of volunteering with the youth of the Dominican Republic, while discovering a new culture and language (Spanish) on this beautiful caribbean island! This position will also provide an excellent addition to your resume / CV for future employment and careers. Position length is flexible.

If you would like to know more before applying, you can email director, Fiona Austin at info@esperanzaproject.ca

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