Participate in "The School's Program" by working with Alzheimer Society to help promote information about Alzheimer's disease and dementia through interactive educational presentations to Grade 4, 5, and 6 students in the Region of Peel.
Participate in working with Alzheimer Society to develop a high school educational program (curriculum development and health promotion). This educational program will be used in high schools to have students understand more about Alzheimer's.
This year students will have the opportunity to volunteer with this organization with their Peel Action Team for Health TobaccOut Initiative Peel (PATH TIP). As a PATH Volunteer they will be developing, implementing, and evaluating grassroots tobacco prevention advocacy initiatives.
Work with the Online Project Team at FEC in developing a media strategy that encompasses feedback on current video and media components of the online program and making suggestions/edits to the media pieces.
Students working on this project will have the chance to organize a science/ technology day at UTM for Girl Guides of Canada participants. Students will plan the event with stations for participants to engage in an interactive on campus experience and earn a badge for the day.
The Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga and Credit Valley Conservation developed a program called "The Greening Project" that designs and implements naturalized gardens, removes invasive plants and have created two rain gardens. Since then, the project is looking to increase awareness of their project and provide educational opportunities to other organizations and the general public.
This project is in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday which will take place over the 2017 year. Students working on this project will have the chance to develop a program for UTM to capture how we can celebrate our community engagement in the Peel Region during Canada's 150th birthday. These students will have the chance to implement the program starting in January 2017.
The Dam Youth Drop In is a safe community space for youth and young moms offering love, respect and dignity for all. Students will work with the Dam Youth Drop In Centre to help organize and create outreach opportunities for the event: The Coldest Night of the Year.
Students will have the opportunity to conduct research with Syrian Refugee community members in the Peel region. Students will explore how the community has supported the refugees in the past year and develop suggestions for future programs.
Create a campaign to present to elementary schools that gives them an understanding of what Habitat for Humanity does and how to run an initiative at their school to raise awareness and funds for the program.
After completing utmLEAD, students have the opportunity to implement what they’ve learned through participating in the Leadership in Action: Community Innovation Project. Work alongside a community partner of your choice and design a project of your choice.
Students get the opportunity to work with Volunteer MBC to research volunteerism from a student perspective. At the end of the year, students will present their findings to the Board of Directors at Volunteer MBC and be able to make suggestions for ways to improve volunteering amongst students.
On-Campus Program Coordinator: This unique experience will give you the opportunity to host one of the BBBS groups twice a month. As a Program Coordinator you and your team will plan and execute interactive, fun and engaging activities for the BBBS volunteers and kids and will.
Registration Closes on September 19th, 2016 at 12pm for ALL year long volunteer positions!
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