Unlock your Canadian Experience and Accelerate your Career

(Institute for Canadian Citizenship)

Add to List Suggest an Update
Position ID: V-OSH0195
Last Modified: 23 Oct 2023
Last Full Update: 23 Oct 2023

Opportunity Details: Unlock your Canadian Experience and Accelerate your Career

Contact Shadia Vargas, Volunteer Sourcing Lead, Institute for Canadian Citizenship; Phone: 289-904-2089; Email: svargas@inclusion.com

The Newcomer Skills Accelerator Program aims at supporting newcomer youth by providing them access to high value volunteering opportunities that will help them upbuild their skills, grow professionally and unlock their Canadian experience. 

Volunteer opportunities are available across the GTA and more!, and in many areas that may include: Accounting, Education, Healthcare, Business, Hospitality, Environment, Technology, Agriculture, Community Engagement, and others. Interested applicants just simply need to complete the intake form to start applying to the volunteer opportunity(s) of their interest once they become available.

For more information take a look at the Newcomer Skills Accelerator Program's deck or reach out to volunteer@inclusion.ca

More Info Link https://inclusion.ca/volunteer/
Benefits - access to mentoring and online personal and professional training modules 
-reimbursement for taking public transportation 
-free entry to 1400 destinations and exclusive deals across Canada with our Canoo Pass (free app)
Clients Newcomers 18-30 years old who have arrived in Canada within the last ten years, and hold a Citizen, Permanent Residence or Refugee status.
Ages 18 year(s) - 30 year(s)
Suitable for Highschool Credit Hours Yes
Suitable For Adults (18+) ; Highschool students ; Post-secondary students ; Men ; Women ; Newcomers / English as a second language ; Couples ; Groups ; Individuals ; Community Groups
Areas of Interest Animal Services ; Arts & Crafts ; Child & Family Services ; Child Care ; Community / Neighbourhood Volunteering ; Community Outreach ; Distress / Crisis / Bereavement Support ; Education Support (Early Years) ; Education Support (Elementary / Secondary) ; Food Services / Nutrition ; Health Care ; Marketing & Promotions ; Mental Health / Addictions ; Moving Assistance ; Office Administration ; Poverty & Homelessness ; Research / Evaluation ; Shelter Coordination Support ; Social Media ; Transportation / Driver / Delivery ; Volunteer from Home / Virtual ; Youth Services
Commitment Length Short Term ; Volunteers taking part in the Newcomer Skills Accelerator Program are required to complete 120 hours of volunteer service.
Interaction Level Solitary ; One-on-one ; Small Group ; Virtual Volunteering
Minimum Hours 4 / Week
Dates and Times Monday: Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
Tuesday: Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
Wednesday: Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
Thursday: Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
Friday: Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
Saturday: Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
Volunteer hours and shifts are flexible
Seasons Year Round
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Number of Positions Ajax ; Beaverton ; Bowmanville ; Brock ; Brooklin ; Cannington ; Clarington ; Courtice ; Durham Region ; Orono ; Oshawa ; Pickering ; Port Perry ; Scugog ; Uxbridge (Township of) ; Whitby 
50 individual(s) needed in total.
Training Orientation ; Training is provided
Transportation Public Transportation reimbursement is provided (limits apply)
Police Check Required
Additional Requirements Police Check may or not be required by the partner organization

Agency Details: Institute for Canadian Citizenship

Volunteer Durham is committed to provide a database that is accurate, current and comprehensive. However, we are unable to assume any liability resulting from errors or omissions. Inclusion or omission of a program or service is not a comment on its quality. Please contact Volunteer Durham to report concerns or to make suggestions.