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Join our team of stellar science nerds! The Birthday Party Assistant is the magic behind science centre parties for children ages 3 - 14. They bring enthusiasm and lead hands-on experiments and science activities, inspiring young minds to get messy, make mistakes, do science, and have fun!

TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) is located in amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4. We are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Nature Exchange Interpreters bring the Nature Exchange Gallery to life!!

Nature Exchange Interpreters will inspire guests of all ages to become researchers by exploring and learning about the world around them. You will help guests identify the objects they bring in to our trading post using science skills such as comparison and observation.

Shifts:
• Daily Shifts (Mon - Sun) : 9:30 am - 1:30 pm OR 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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The Science Garage invites guests of all ages to get their hands and minds busy with science as they create, compete, tinker, test, and build their way through a wide variety of activities and displays. This highly interactive gallery features several unique elements including a magnetic roller coaster wall, kinetic dance floor, vertical wind tunnels, freedom climber walls, and a refurbished ball machine.

This gallery also features a fully operational makerspace, stocked with a variety of random materials. Guests are tasked with putting their imaginations to the ultimate test by using materials available to complete a specific challenge or build something entirely new. Help them tackle their challenges!

Shifts:
Daily Shift (Mon-Sun): 9:00am - 1:00 pm OR 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Gallery Interpreters are the heart of the science experience at TELUS World of Science - Edmonton. As an interpreter, you will catalyze our guests’ curiosities and spark a lifelong love of science for many of our guests. By facilitating hands-on experiences, you will encourage them to explore, be curious, solve problems, ask questions, and discover new things.

Volunteers in CuriousCITY facilitate learning through play. This gallery is dedicated to early learners (6 and under), providing a safe space to let imaginations run wild. While not playing, volunteers will help with capacity management, cleaning and sanitizing the help keep the gallery safe.

Shifts:
• Weekend Shifts (Sat, Sun, & Holidays): 10:00 am - 1:30 pm OR 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan ???????????? in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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As a Robotics Team Mentor, you will be at the forefront of inspiring and guiding young students on their journey to become innovators. The goal of the FIRST® LEGO League is to foster leadership, problem-solving skills, a sense of belonging, and self-confidence in the minds of talented grade 4-6 students.

As a volunteer in this role, you will collaborate closely with the Robotics Team Leads to guide and mentor a group of young robotics enthusiasts as they embark on the exciting journey of building and coding robots to tackle specific challenges within competitive settings.

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.

We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Dreamcatcher™ Nature-Assisted Therapy is looking for positive, enthusiastic, and fun individuals to harness their social skills and engage the public in new and exciting activities. In addition, if you have always wanted to work alongside animals but wanted to skip the hard work of caring for them, then our Recreation/Tourism position may be perfect for you!

We are planning to host monthly events between May & October.
Some event ideas we might do are:
- Mother's Day Event (May)
- Movie Night in the Barn (May or June)
- Open House Event (June or July)
- Alberta Open Farm Days (August)
- Halloween Event (October)

We might also run some interactive tours and animal yoga during the main events. Shifts may be between 6-8 hours long depending on the event. Majority of events will be hosted on Saturdays and Sundays but may occasionally be hosted on a Friday.

Age Requirements:
- Must be 14+ to volunteer without parent/guardian
- Please inquire if you wish to volunteer with children under 12

Duties may include:
- Providing interactive animal tours for our visitors
- Helping with setting up and tearing down the events
- Managing the market booth stand
- Animal handling for animal yoga
- Ensuring all guests are interacting safely with the animals
- Helping with decorating the magical forest trails


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Leisure companions provide companionship, support and socialization to Brain Care Centre’s clients who are living with acquired brain injury. Activities may include playing card games, going for walks, reading, socializing, running errands, going to the gym, etc. Become a leisure companion and create a positive impact, both in the life of an individual and in your community. We are only accepting application 18 +

Duties include:

- Helping the assigned client reach their goals
- Setting goals with the client
- Making necessary accommodations to ensure the client’s success
- Encouraging and supporting the client
- Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the client
- Upholding an open communication with the Volunteer Coordinator and Service Coordinator

To apply visit https://www.braincarecentre.com/


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Are you a recent grad or a university student looking to gain experience and strengthen your resume?

Volunteer with CCI-LEX to teach English to adult newcomers and refugees to hone your skills in effective communication, facilitation, and working with diverse groups of learners — all of which are skills sought after by employers.

You will receive robust training and detailed lesson plans, so you can teach and support students with confidence.

Plus, you can get job references from our supportive team, build your network, and gain access to free training workshops and other learning opportunities.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and experiences! We firmly
believe that every individual has a unique set of skills, experiences, and insights to offer our students and our organization.


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About Us:
Learning Buddies Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping elementary school students develop essential literacy and math skills through free one-on-one, after-school mentoring in a fun group setting. We reach children who otherwise would not have the help they need. Our goals are to enhance self-esteem through improvement in academic skills and to ignite a passion for learning in a safe and caring environment.

Position Summary:
Complete the math/reading and volunteer manual training sessions
Participate in the orientation during the first week of the programs
Report to your Program Coordinator and Executive Coordinator
Prepare lesson materials provided by the organization for each session
Mentor your little buddy by using the lesson materials prepared
Track your little buddy’s progress
Attend mentor meetings
Complete mentor reports
Assist in volunteer recruitment

Location:
We offer both online and in-person programs.

How to Apply:
Please Visit: https://www.learningbuddiesnetwork.com/mentor-application-form

For any questions, please reach out to julia@learningbuddiesnetwork.com


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Front desk volunteers are the first point of contact for new and returning visitors as they arrive at Wellspring. Along with performing reception duties, they provide information and program registration

Front desk volunteers are asked to commit to a four-hour shift either bi-weekly or weekly, or commit to a flexible back-up schedule.

To find out more: https://wellspringalberta.ca/invest-in-our-future/volunteer/


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The primary duty of the Online Program Host volunteer is to ensure that the Wellspring essence of welcome and care is translated to the online programming context. The Program Host is responsible for ensuring that the program runs smoothly from a technology side and that the Program Leader feels supported.

See more: https://wellspringalberta.ca/invest-in-our-future/volunteer/


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This in-school mentoring program is a way to get involved with a child. It allows volunteer in-school mentors to share time with a mentee in their school during the school day. In-school mentors meet with their mentee following the 20-20-20 rule: 20 minutes of getting to know each other and catching up, 20 minutes of schoolwork, and 20 minutes of free time. In addition to friendship and overall support, the focus is on literacy and homework.

Mentees: Kids between 6 and 18 who need extra support with their schoolwork.
Mentor: Anyone over 18 who would like to help a child do better in school
Minimum Commitment: 1 hour per week throughout the school year
Availability: We run in-school mentoring programs at schools in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Parkland and St. Albert.
When & Where: At the same time each week during the school day at a child’s school

Online application: https://bgcbigs.ca/volunteer/


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Hello! Please share :-)

Do you have a passion for ensuring Albertans receive the best possible health care? Are you looking for a way to make a difference while using your skills to make a difference in people’s lives?

Open Arms Patient Advocacy Society is currently recruiting a Volunteer Coordinator to join our team! We are a non-profit Alberta organization who advocates with families and patients to help them obtain information where unanswered questions may remain with respect to their treatment within the health system.

Main responsibilities will include:

* Interview select and train Volunteers for the various events.
* Ensure all volunteer documentation is complete and submitted such as the Code of Ethics and Confidentiality Form.
* Manage volunteers, evaluate their performance, and conduct reassignment, if required.
* Manage recruitment sites such as volunteer connector, and locate new avenues to source volunteers.
* Determine the volunteer requirements of a specific area or event.
* Develop, maintain, and manage a volunteer database for easy access.
* Assist board to ensure all committee volunteer requirements are met.
* Mediate for a committee chair in the event of an issue with a volunteer.
* Create, maintain, and provide a volunteer orientation package.
* Implement the volunteer guidelines and policies that have been decided by the board.
* Train new board members and ensure all documentation is complete and submitted.
* Ensure board member training package is current, accurate and complete.

This position provides the flexibility for an individual to work from home during the hours that are convenient and will stay connected as a Board Member through monthly meetings.

To apply, email your resume to gnowlan@openarmsadvocacy.com

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ElderCare Edmonton is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing recreational therapeutic programming for seniors in the community.

Recreation Program Volunteers take part in the on-site facilitation of our day programs. This includes many things, such as playing physical games, guiding arts and crafts, and fostering meaningful conversation with our clients.

Our Day Programs operate out of three different locations across Edmonton, and volunteers are able to work alongside their supervisor to specify which location and time works best for their schedule.


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Commonly known as the Big Brothers Big Sisters program or one to one mentoring. One mentor (Big) and one mentee (Little) spend time together building a friendship based on trust, support, common interests, and fun! Bigs and Littles participate in a variety of activities—everything from riding bikes, skating, reading, working on homework, cooking, playing video games to just talking and sharing with each other.
Mentees: Anyone between the age of 6 and 24. These kids just need a little extra support.

Locations: Edmonton, Strathcona County, Parkland County, Lac La Biche, Morinville, and St. Albert
Where: In the community at sporting events, festivals, coffee shops, swimming pools, libraries etc.
When: Evenings and/or weekends when the mentor and mentee are both available

Online application: https://bgcbigs.ca/volunteer/


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Gallery Interpreters are the heart of the science experience at TELUS World of Science - Edmonton. As an interpreter, you will catalyze our guests' curiosities and spark a lifelong love of science for many of our guests. By facilitating hands-on experiences, you will encourage them to explore, be curious, solve problems, ask questions, and discover new things.

In S.P.A.C.E. (Stars, Planets, Astronauts, Comets, etc.). you will take guests to the edge of the known universe. Working in the Command Centre, you will teach guests how to identify a meteorite, launch marbles into a gravity well, launch rockets, and much more. This is an ideal landing spot for a volunteer seeking a stellar experience.

Shifts:
• Weekend Shifts (Sat, Sun, & Holidays): 10:00 am - 1:30 pm OR 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) is located in amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4. We are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.

Our guests are diverse and so are we. TWOSE is deliberate in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and we need team members with diverse perspectives, identities, abilities, and expressions. As such we encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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The sky is the limit when you share astronomical information! Share your passion for astronomy and showcase the skies above as an Assistant Observatory Attendant. Our knowledgeable Observatory Attendants supervise the set-up and use of telescopes during public observing sessions and share relevant information to lead our guests on an astronomical adventure. Knowledge of astronomy and the constellations is required, as well as prior telescope experience and strong communication skills. Operation and staffing of this outdoor facility is weather-dependent.

Shifts:

Evening Shifts (Fri or Sat): 6:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Daytime Shifts (Sat or Sun): 12:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) is located in amiskwacîwâskahikan ???????????? in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4. We are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.

Our guests are diverse and so are we. TWOSE is deliberate in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and we need team members with diverse perspectives, identities, abilities, and expressions. As such we encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Health Zone Interpreters bring the Health Zone exhibit to life! As an interpreter, you will help guests do hands-on biology experiments in the L.A.B. (Learning About Biology) space and spend time interacting with them in the exhibit. By facilitating hands-on experiences, you will encourage guests to ask questions, make hypotheses, do science, and discover more about their bodies and their health.

Shifts:
• Daily Shifts (Mon - Fri): 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Weekends (Sat or Sun): 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. OR 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.

We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Arctic Journey Interpreters bring the Arctic to life!

As an interpreter, you will help lead guests in hands-on explorations at our programming tables and spend time interacting with them in the exhibit. By facilitating hands-on experiences, you will encourage guests to ask questions, increase their understanding of the North, and respect Indigenous ways of knowing and culture.

Shifts:
• Daily Shifts (Mon - Sun): 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Your interest or knowledge in Arctic Sciences (the cryosphere, permafrost, the animals, the plants, Indigenous knowledge), along with an outgoing personality and strong communication skills will prompt guests to share their experiences and make connections to the North. All applicants must be 15 years of age or older with grade 9 science. Volunteer staff are requested to commit to one, 3-5 hour shift per week over a period of three months, or the equivalent of 40 hours.

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Help Greet The World!! You will be instrumental in welcoming our guests, identifying their needs, responding to questions, and directing them to their required destination in a timely and effective manner. This is a dynamic public relations and key ambassador role to promote all the programs and services TWOSE offers!

Shifts:
• Weekend Shifts (Saturday, Sunday & Holidays): 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Help guests learn about the connections between Indigenous ways of knowing and contemporary science through cultural teachings, traditional handcrafts, and oral storytelling. This is a great opportunity to work with our Indigenous Education team members in a cultural traditional setting. You will be involved in assisting the program instructors with set-up and take-down of program materials, organizing and packing program kits, and inspiring and motivating participants through guided support.

Shifts:
• Daily Shifts (Mon- Sun): 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. OR 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Join TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) as we embark on our 40th trip around the sun! Situated in the heart of amiskwacîwâskahikan in Treaty Six Territory and the Métis Homeland, we are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science, with a mission to ignite curiosity, inspire discovery, celebrate science, and change lives.
We take pride in building a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Science is for everyone, and the Science Centre team is as diverse as our guests. We encourage Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples, persons living with disability and neurodiversity, women, sexual and gender minorities, and members of all minority groups to apply.

Please apply online through our website: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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