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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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A former U of A alumni has created an Edmonton based commercial real estate company, City Commercial, after her time working at some of the best companies in the world.

We are seeking the assistance of a bright student who is looking to bolster their resume in time for summer job applications and get a reference from an Edmonton company.

This is best described as a small project, with a limited scope and duration (8 hour total time commitment, over 2 x 4 hour sessions). See the real life application of a business degree in action, and as an introduction to commercial real estate. You will be specifically helping us do a thorough review and addition to our project management system, which will complete the systematization of our business. This is a huge milestone, and we will be one of the first companies in our industry to pull this off, allowing us to outsource our entire operations to a global-wide team.

What this looks like in detail is incorporating our email templates and video training links into our project management system, based on a preestablished order.

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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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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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