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Milton Milton
Oakville Oakville
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Grand Erie, Halton and Hamilton, Halton Office, Mentoring Programs for Young People
Selected elementary schools in Oakville and Milton

Enrolling volunteers for the 2024-25 SCHOOL YEAR in Oakville and Milton. At this time we are not offering a Burlington location for the 2024-25 school year, please check back closer to Fall 2024.

Enrollment for the 2024-25 school year ramps up in April/May 2024 and continues all through the end of the school year and into the summer months. Spots are usually (almost) full by the time school starts up in September.

High school students will mentor a child once a week after school in a one-to-one relationship, with an elementary school student. Involves assisting a child in grades 3-8 with their homework, playing educational games, and developing organizational skills. Homework Club takes place at a number of elementary schools across the Halton region. For the 2024-25 school year, Homework Club will only run in-person (we will no longer offer virtual spots).

Please only apply if you are interested in mentoring IN PERSON at a specific school (in Oakville or Milton).

*Interviews and training are all done on Zoom*

Adult Learning Centre, Literacy and Basic Skills

Volunteer tutors are matched 1:1 with an adult learner for a 2-3 hour lesson, once per week at a designated LNH learning site.   Sessions run in 12-week blocks from September to June.   Intake is continuous.  The volunteer tutor plans and delivers lesson activities based on the learning plan and resources provided.

Opportunities are available for tutoring reading & writing and/or basic math.

Volunteers can select the hours they are available within the program schedule, understanding they must be available at least one of:

  • Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday morning 
  • Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday afternoon
  • Tuesday evening


Start2Finish, Running & Reading Club
357 Bartos Drive, Oakville ON L6K 3E5

The Start2Finish Running & Reading Club is a fun after-school program that encourages literacy, healthy active living, and play. The program runs from October to May one afternoon a week for two hours. Volunteers support students in various fitness and reading activities. As a result, students stay in school, build self-confidence and develop positive friendships with mentors and peers. With mentor Coaches, students discover the possibilities of a brighter future.

Information to highlight:

  • Children in the Running & Reading Club are 6 -13 years old; from grades 1-6
  • You do not have to be a runner to volunteer, there is something for everyone!

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Participating with children in fitness activities
  • Reading with children
  • Help to serve snack
  • Leading literacy activities
  • Some administration

Location, day & times:
- Oakwood Public School: Thursdays 2:35-4:35 (Oakville)


Prime Earth, Youth Empowerment & Environmental Conservation Organization

Are you eager to make a positive impact on the world? We're on the lookout for passionate volunteers like you to be our beta testers and help shape the future of our exciting new personal growth  program, PowerSeekers. The program is designed to help young adults who care about the fragile state of our planet build confidence and develop personal skills for success while strengthening their connection to nature. PowerSeekers prioritizes personal growth, environmental conservation, and social justice to create a more compassionate world. We focus on 4 key issues: (1) how we treat nature, (2) how we treat animals, (3) how we treat ourselves, and (4) how we treat each other. We create opportunities for our members to become active agents of positive social and environmental change in their communities turning their passion into action. Volunteer BETA Testers will be on the forefront of change blazing the trail to help bring this exciting new program to life in Canada.  

Please sign up on our website:

Volunteer Responsibilities:

  • Work through self-guided educational material each week over the course of 30 days.

  • Provide a review of our materials each week by filling out a short feedback form.

  • Attend weekly feedback meetings with our team to discuss your experience as a BETA tester. 

Adult Learning Centre, Georgetown - Head Office, Essential Skills for Employment

Conduct lessons using course resources provided; small group tutoring for basic computer skills, 8 weeks per session. Communicate with staff and attend mandatory training workshop.

Tutors meet with learners for a minimum of three hours per week. Tutoring schedules depend on volunteer and learner availability.   Volunteers are matched with learners based on availability, subject area and location. 

Currently looking for Oakville and Burlington tutors for daytime classes (930AM-1230PM).  

Re-Imagine Ontario, Oakville, Community Support Services for Children, Youth and Seniors

Job Summary:

Tutors will provide academic support, guidance, and mentorship to vulnerable youth in the Halton-Mississauga areas, with a focus on improving their knowledge and understanding of Reading, Science, Mathematics, and others. This will be online.


  •  Provide one-on-one or small group tutoring sessions to students aged 10-19 years primarily in STEM subjects, reading and others.
  • Assist students in understanding and completing their homework assignments, projects, and preparing for tests and exams.
  • Create a positive and inclusive learning environment that encourages active participation and engagement from students.
  •   Identify individual student learning needs and tailor tutoring strategies accordingly.
  • Develop and implement personalized learning plans based on students' strengths, weaknesses, and goals.
  • Encourage critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity among students through hands-on activities and real-life applications of STEM concepts and reading.
  • Foster a supportive and respectful relationship with students, promoting their confidence and self-esteem in their academic abilities.
  • Collaborate with other tutors, staff, and volunteers to share best practices, resources, and ideas for enhancing the tutoring program.
  • Maintain accurate records of tutoring sessions, including student progress, challenges, and areas for improvement.
  • Attend periodic training sessions and staff meetings to enhance tutoring skills and stay updated on program policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to the organization's guidelines, code of conduct, and safeguarding policies to ensure the safety and well-being of the students.
General Volunteer   Burlington  Halton Hills  Hamilton (City of)  Milton  Oakville 
Centre for Diverse Learners


  1. Program Oversight:

    • Collaborate with CDL staff to ensure the smooth execution of programs.
    • Monitor and report on program outcomes and participant feedback.
    • Work closely with program facilitators to maintain safe staff-to-child ratios during activities and events.
    • Help implement safety protocols and emergency procedures as needed.
  2. Community Outreach:

    • Act as an ambassador for CDL by attending events and engaging with the community to promote our programs and essential services.
    • Share information about CDL's mission and impact with potential participants, donors, and partners.
Reading Tutor   Burlington  Hamilton (City of)  Oakville 
Neighbour to Neighbour Centre, Hamilton, Deban Brunette Reading Program

Position Overview

  • Tutors will read with children in Grades 1- 4


·  Tutors set up their tutoring location with materials and pick up their student at the classroom or learning area.

·  Supported by the tutor, students will read to the tutor from a selected levelled text. The tutor may read to the student and use various manipulatives to further engage the students in reading strategies and techniques.

· Tutors will use before, during and after reading strategies as outlined in their training.

·   Tutors keep a simple log of student activities.

·   Tutors will follow up on any questions or concerns with their partner, Team Leader or Educational Consultant.

 Duties/Responsibilities: Provide a clear Vulnerable Sector Check check prior to acceptance into the program. Attend all training and orientation sessions, including meetings and workshops. Follow program policies and procedures and instructions specified by the Educational Consultants. Tutors are required to complete program evaluations, maintain confidentiality, and participate in year-end Success Celebrations. Additional duties may be included as assigned by the Director of Educational Programming

Halton. Halton Region Public Health, Early Years Health
Work is done from volunteer's own home
Contact expectant and new parents who have signed up for support. Contact as necessary until parent feels confident and connected with other supports. Share own breastfeeding experience when appropriate to assist new parent in feeling comfortable. Volunteers can seek out advice and support as needed from their Volunteer Coordinator, Public Health Nurses and other breastfeeding resources in the community. All work is done from the volunteer's own home.
HMC Connections, Community Connections Program
- Prior EFL/ESL/TOEFL/IELTS teaching experience.  
- Experience working with multicultural and multilingual classrooms.  
- Self-motivated, organized, professional, and adaptable, with strong interpersonal and communication skills. 
- Be able to help high school students prepare and successfully pass English assessments for admission in university/college.
Halton Children's Aid Society, Burlington Office
In your home, library, foster parents home or agency

Would you like to help a child/youth reach their full academic potential or motivate them to achieve more?  
Volunteers are required to tutor children/youth in all subjects, especially math, English, science and French on various virtual platforms.  
The volunteer will assist a child to experience success in learning through a supportive one-to-one relationship.  
The children requiring assistance can range from age 6-18 and all academic levels.  
Scheduling can be arranged directly with the caregiver at your mutual convenience.