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You'll receive training and have the chance to educate hundreds of festival-goers about where to place their waste.
Help raise community awareness, encourage proper waste diversion, and make sure as little as possible is sent to landfill from this event. You won’t need to touch waste.
*Eligible for high school volunteer hours.
You can volunteer with family members or friends. Or even sign up with a larger group like members of a club, workplace team, faith community or sports team. Waste Diversion Ambassadors usually work in pairs or groups of three, rather than independently.
Morning, afternoon, and evening shifts. At Spencer Smith Park.
Since BurlingtonGreen began hosting this inclusive event in 2011, a whopping 110,950+ participants have joined these collective efforts, resulting in cleaner and greener parks, streams, schoolyards and neighbourhoods. You can participate in this eco-action activity through to October 31!
Please note that the community’s health and safety is of utmost importance to us, please follow Halton COVID-19 safety guidelines to ensure your personal safety and those around you prior to choosing to participate in any eco-activities or tips shared by BurlingtonGreen.
Visit www.burlingtongreen.org for further details and to sign up to participate!
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• Reporting to the designated depot at the assigned time (Mississauga near Oakville border)
• Picking up route list, and meals, etc.
• Delivering meals to assigned clients, dropping off notices etc. within expected time frames
• Ensuring that meals are received by the client at the time of delivery or following previously made arrangements or procedures
• Talking with the client to observe that they are safe and all is well
• Returning containers and any money collected to the designated depot
• Returning any undelivered meals to the designated depot
b) Maintain confidentiality of route sheets
c) Submission of expense claim form as required
d) Use “MOW” car sign to facilitate parking and to increase community awareness of the program
e) Report to the supervisor any concerns regarding the well-being of the clients
f) Attend in-service training as arranged by the branch, including initial orientation
We are hoping for volunteers who are enthusiastic, creative, optimistic and somewhat experienced in environmental matters, and comfortable in collaborative action. Interest in tree-planting is desirable but not necessary.
Due to Covid, we are not meeting in person, but on line (ZOOM, telephone communication, and email.)
Seeking engaged and enthusiastic Graphic Designer for professional opportunity creating branding material for VST a non-profit Canadian historical organization.
Knowledge in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks.
Can you engage an audience and captivate their attention with a look, with a story? Vintage Signals Team is looking for storytellers to engage with audiences from around the world. We've got amazing stories and we need people who can spin a thrilling tale. Have you got that silver tongue? Look into what we have to offer.
Working with the Vintage Signals Team volunteer curators, we require technicians who can maintain and perform minor repairs to historical artifacts. This position may require answering questions from the public on how the artifacts work and set up demonstrations.
Qualifications: Museum Studies, Art History, Conservation or related fields.
The Vintage Signals Team are seeking curators who have an eye for historical artifacts. We need creative ways to display artifacts, equipment and vehicles in exhibitions, events and presentations. We appreciate a hands-on learning approach and would need your expertise to guide the general public through the exhibits.
Do you like working with historical artifacts; cataloguing items; moving objects; outdoor yard work; parking cars; meeting people and participating in events? Our volunteer opportunities are vast and varied.
-Online ordering of food for our programs.
-Preparing meals and snacks for students to eat; most programs do not involve cooking, but most have some cutting of fresh fruits and vegetables and minimal preparation of other food items.
-Setting up for food service which can include setting up chairs and tables, cleaning the eating and food preparation surfaces and putting out dishes and food.
-Post-program cleanup; this can include doing dishes, putting food away, cleaning tables and putting away chairs.
-Monthly reporting and financial tracking; this involves working with school staff to obtain account balances and submitting totals to HFFT each month.
ALL COVID-19 GUIDELINES PERMITTING
•understanding the Canadian context of their profession and workplace culture
•gathering information on their occupation and industry
•developing professional networks and job search strategies
Mentors are NOT expected to find a job for their mentee.