Other Volunteer and Job Opportunities
The Works Art and Design Festival Looking for Volunteers
13 days - JUNE 20 to JULY 2, 2013 - of visual art, live music, and fun at Sir Winston Churchill Square await you! The Festival is the most unique, free event of its kind in North America, boosting Edmonton’s energy and imagination through new media exhibits, demonstrations and installations alongside traditional visual art in unconventional urban spaces. Volunteers can choose from positions in various areas, including everything from liaising with the public at exhibit sites to family oriented programs to marketing special events.
For more information about volunteering for The Works Art and Design Festival contact: Erin Valentine, Volunteer Coordinator at 780-426-2122 ext. 230.
Fill out your application today!
Sustainable Food Edmonton Seeking Garden Interns
Are you a student at a post secondary institution in AB? Have a bit of a green thumb and super passionate about using your knowledge to help teach some gardening basics to Canadian newcomers or just anyone completely new to gardening?
Sustainable Food Edmonton is looking to hire 2-3 "Garden Guru Interns" for the summer to help their friends at Generations Growing & Gardening Together garden sites in South Edmonton.
Time commitment would be about 10 hours/week from mid-May to mid-August and we are working with the SCiP bursary so that you may be eligible for $1,000 for your assistance!
Contact Areni for more information.
Volunteer Opportunities with MS Society of Canada
Please contact Lindsay Church (780-409-8745) for any of the following positions:
May 26, 2013, Edmonton Enerflex MS Walk, Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton
• Finish Line
• Food Tent - Breakfast
• Kids’ Tent
• Photographer Helper
• Pledge Drop-off & T-Shirt Pick-up
• Pre-WALK Pledge Drop-off
• Prize Tent
• Route Marshal
• Site Information
• Volunteer Check-in
• Walk Day Assistant
June 8 and 9, 2013, MS Bike Tour, Leduc to Camrose, Leduc and County
• Bike Marshal
• Count Room
• Luggage Assistants
• Package Pick-up
• Site Information
• Volunteer Check-in
• Beer Gardens
• Bike Storage
• CRE Relief Volunteers
• Dorm Check-in
• Entrance Volunteers
• Event Information - Tent
• Food Vendor
• Luggage-Shuttle Information
Little Warriors Looking for University Student Volunteers
Little Warriors is a national charitable organization, based in Canada, focusing on the education and prevention of child sexual abuse. Little Warriors teaches adults how to help prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Currently, they invite all 3rd or 4th year university students in Psychology, Sociology, Latin American Studies, Social Sciences, Cultural Studies or Anthropology, to work with the Latin American Community Engaged Network (LACEN) on a research project that would greatly benefit their studies in the short term and long term. Please call 780-244-2663
for more information.
Volunteer Opportunity: Gardeners!!! – Deadline Open
Are you someone who cares about the natural environment? Do you want to learn about how to grow your own food right here in Edmonton? Join Edmonton Organic Growers’ Guild!
We are a local, grassroots, volunteer-driven organization. We are rapidly expanding and have recently doubled our acreage, with 7,000 fruit and vegetable plants growing RIGHT NOW!
We welcome people of all skill levels, and are family-and-student-friendly. We care about our soil and want to avoid rototilling as much as possible, so any extra pair of hands is a gift! Whether you have a couple of hours to volunteer on a Saturday, or some time during the week, this garden will work with your busy life schedule – and you’ll be rewarded for your work with some delicious organic produce!
We are located right next to South Campus LRT station (super convenient!). If you are interested in becoming an EOGG volunteer, please contact Travis at email@example.com
For more info, visit EOGG
International Service Learning Opportunities with Nexos Voluntarios
Nexos Voluntarios – or NeVo – is a non-profit that works in development-related projects in the province of Urubamba (Cusco, Peru) with the support of foreign and local volunteers and different national and international organizations. NeVo invites students to participate in one of our alternative break programs (spring, summer or winter, all of which are referred to as ASB programs) or service learning (SL) programs.
If you are interested in participating in one of the ASB or SL programs, or if you have further questions, please contact Mariajose Aguilera at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website to learn more about how they work and how you could participate in the future.
Terra Informa Radio - Volunteer Opportunity
Terra Informa is a volunteer-run environmentally themed radio news show that is syndicated across Canada.
There are many opportunities to get involved:
- Setting up and carrying out interviews;
- Website updates and blogging;
- Audio editing and production;
- Script writing;
Work as a member of a team or on individual projects. No experience necessary! They will provide you with all necessary training. Deadline is open!
For more information, contact email@example.com