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2021 City Centre Youth Leadership 
City Centre Youth Development

Description

LOOKING FOR LEADERSHIP & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES?


City Centre''s Youth Leadership Program recruitment is OPEN for We're Here!


Join City Centre Youth Leadership to gain professional development skills, contribute to our community, and earn volunteer hours while you''re at it!


We're Here! - Acceptance, Diversity, and Inclusion
Meets: Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm

How to join:

1. Hit ''Register'' on the ICanHelp site.
2. Fill out the google form that will be emailed out to all those signed up. Be sure to check your junk mail!

You must register through BOTH links to express your interest in joining. You will be contacted by Team Captains between October 18-20. All applicants will be contacted regardless of the result.



Deadline to apply: Tuesday October 19 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

Late submissions will not be accepted.


Requirements

Minimum age: 13


Address
5900 Minoru Boulevard
Richmond BC, V6X 4C7

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Contact Info
Sarah Liao
Youth Development Coordinator
Email: sliao@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8578

2021/22 City Centre Marketing Committee Member 
City Centre

Description

City Centre Community Association (CCCA) is seeking community-minded volunteers from diverse backgrounds as Marketing Committee members. Volunteers will attend a monthly committee meeting to share their expertise. They will contribute to discussions and decisions regarding social media, marketing, and services at City Centre Community Centre.

This position requires an ongoing committment of 6+ months, strong communication skills, and professionalism. Volunteers will collaborate with a diverse team including adults, seniors, youth, and City Centre staff. They will need to have confidence in speaking up and sharing their opinions in a group setting. This position requires a competitive interview, and candidates will be selected based on the skills and expertise they bring.

VOLUNTEER RESPONSIBILITIES
-Attend monthly committee meetings.
-Represent CCCA at one or more community events per year.
-Collaborate and participate in discussions in a diverse team environment.
-Communicate availability to staff.
-Contribute 2-5 volunteer hours per month.
-Minimum 6 month time commitment.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
-Experience and skill sets in any of the following areas: community development, event planning, marketing, financial expertise, strategic planning, policy development, legal expertise, fundraising, online program delivery and/or human resources.
-Experience working/volunteering with vulnerable populations, new immigrants, older adults and/or youth.
-Must complete and pass a free Police Information Check before you can begin participating.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
-Committee Member volunteers are not elected Directors of the CCCA Board; however they are encouraged and welcome to pursue Board Director status during annual Board elections in January or when vacancies arise.


Requirements

Minimum age: 16


Address
5900 Minoru Boulevard,
Richmond BC, V6X 4C7

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Contact Info
Zavi Swain
Community Development Coordinator
Email: zswain@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8582

55+ Private Piano Lessons Volunteer Instructor 
City Centre Seniors Development

Description

We are seeking skilled volunteers who wish to dedicate their time to teach seniors (55+) how to play piano. Currently we are recruiting volunteers to teach at various times.

Overview:
1. Each class is 45 mins long with a student, with a 10 minute break after, continued by another 45 min class with a second student
2. Classes are conducted in a sound-proof music room at City Centre
3. Students are seniors ages 55 and up
4. This is a great learning opportunity for those who are interested in helping seniors, and are looking to gaining experience in teaching
5. The intent of this program is to allow seniors to learn piano in a relaxing, non-intimidating, and fun and therapeutic way
6. These classes teach seniors up to Level 5 in piano
7. Piano books and training opportunities are provided to you as an instructor

Volunteer Requirements
1. Must be able to commit to teach at least two 45 min classes every week for at least 1 season (up to 4 months)
2. Have completed RCM Level 8 in piano (or equivalent musical accreditation) - a scanned copy of your certificate will be requested upon placement
3. Be willing to complete and pass a free Police Information Check
4. Comfortable teaching independently, and is able to adjust your teaching methods to meet the needs of the senior

What You will Gain:
1. Gain volunteer hours and make a meaningful contribution to seniors programs
2. A reference letter, upon request

Selected volunteers will be required to attend a volunteer orientation at City Centre! For questions and inquiries, please contact us at the email in the 'Contact Info' section.

Additional info: Police Information Check required. First Aid certification preferred.


Requirements

Minimum age: 16


Address
5900 Minoru Blvd.
Richmond BC, V6X 2A9

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Contact Info
Judy Shih
Older Adults Coordinator
Email: jshih@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8574