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2019 55+ Origami Group Facilitator Volunteer 
City Centre Seniors Program

Description

We are currently looking for a volunteer to lead our 55+ Facility Pass program, Origami Group! This is an ongoing volunteer leadership role for Tuesdays, 1:00 - 2:00pm at City Centre Community Centre.

Responsibilities:
1. Decide what the group will be doing on the day of (we have an origami book for you to follow from)
2. Come in 15 minutes early to set up and stay until everything is cleaned up
3. Engage with the seniors who will be coming in to the program

Qualifications:
1. Opportunity is recommended for volunteers ages 40+.
2. Friendly, responsible, organized, and able to work independently
3. Fluency in Mandarin or Cantonese is preferred
4. Must complete a free Police Information Check before the volunteer position can begin

You will be reporting to the Seniors Development Leader, Sonia, who will be guiding you throughout this opportunity and answering any questions you may have.


Requirements

Minimum age: 19


Address
5900 Minoru Blvd.
Richmond BC, V6X 2A9

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Contact Info
Sonia Kwong
Seniors Development Leader
Email: skwong@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8588

2019 Wellness Clinic Assistant for 55+ - Morning Shift 
City Centre

Description

Help facilitate our monthly Wellness Clinics for seniors!

This volunteer posting is for our Morning Shift (8:00am - 11:45am) on the first Thursday of each month.

Responsibilities:
1. Help with set up of tables and chairs and refreshment preparation
2. Assist with check-in tables and translation
3. Answer questions about the Wellness Clinic and share promotional materials
4. Direct and guide seniors with appointments to the correct rooms
5. Take down and clean up from Wellness Clinic services. This includes moving, lifting and putting away tables, chairs, and other items, in addition to dishwashing and putting away kitchen items

Qualifications:
1. Friendly, responsible, organized, and able to work independently
2. Fluency in Mandarin or Cantonese is beneficial
3. Preferred experience: background in customer service, experience working with seniors
4. Ability to make an ongoing commitment at the monthly clinic is strongly preferred
5. Must complete a free Police Information Check before the volunteer position can begin

What is the Wellness Clinic?
Clinics are every first Thursday of each month. Seniors (55+) can access free and low cost wellness services, get information about seniors services, and more.


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Address
5900 Minoru Boulevard,
Richmond BC, V6X 4C7

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Contact Info
Sonia Kwong
Wellness Clinic Assistant
Email: SKwong@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8588

Homework Club Program 2018-19 Anderson Elementary 
City Centre Youth Development

Description

Interested in working with children? Do you aspire to become a teacher one day? Want to build confidence and leadership working with large groups?

City Centre Homework Club is looking for youth volunteer leaders who are ready to be a positive mentor to students at Anderson Elementary, Grades 4-7.

Homework Club is an after-school program that runs from 3:30pm until 6:00pm where youth volunteers help students with their homework while still making time for play. Volunteers are requested to arrive at Anderson Elementary by 3:30pm. The program runs from 3:30pm - 5:30pm with the 30 minute debriefing, program planning, and leadership development session from 5:30pm - 6:00pm every Tuesday and Thursday. Youth only volunteer one of the two days.

Volunteers are required to attend a training session before the beginning of the program. They are also required to complete a Criminal record check prior to volunteering. To complete the check, youth will be given a CRC package to be handed to the RCMP.

Please contact Usman Mushtaq at umushtaq@richmond.ca for more information. No experience necessary.

Additional info: Criminal record check required.


Requirements

Minimum age: 14


Address

BC

Contact Info
Marco Yip
Youth Development Leader III
Email: myip@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8581

Homework Club Program 2018-19 Cook Elementary 
City Centre Youth Development

Description

Interested in working with children? Do you aspire to become a teacher one day? Want to build confidence and leadership working with large groups?

City Centre Homework Club is looking for youth volunteer leaders who are ready to be a positive mentor to students at Cook Elementary, Grades 4-7.

Homework Club is an after-school program that runs from 3:30pm until 6:00pm where youth volunteers help students with their homework while still making time for play. Volunteers are requested to arrive at Cook Elementary by 3:30pm. The program runs from 3:30pm - 5:30pm with the 30 minute debriefing, program planning, and leadership development session from 5:30pm - 6:00pm every Monday and Wednesday. Youth only volunteer one of the two days.

Volunteers are required to attend a training session before the beginning of the program. They are also required to complete a Criminal record check prior to volunteering. To complete the check, youth will be given a CRC package to be handed to the RCMP.

Please contact Usman Mushtaq at umushtaq@richmond.ca for more information. No experience necessary.

Additional info: Criminal record check required.


Requirements

Minimum age: 14


Address

BC

Contact Info
Marco Yip
Youth Development Leader 3
Email: myip@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8571

Imagineering Afterschool Club 2018-19 General Currie Elementary 
City Centre Youth Development

Description

Interested in working with children and wondering what it takes to make a huge difference in someone else's life?

City Centre Imagineering Afterschool Club is looking for youth volunteers who are ready to be a positive mentor to students at General Currie Elementary, Grades 4-7.

Imagineering Club is an after-school program that runs until 6:00pm where volunteers engage students in science, tech, engineering, and math (STEM) activities while still making time for play. Volunteers are requested to arrive at General Currie Elementary by 3:30pm. The program runs from 3:30pm - 5:30pm with the 30 minute debriefing session from 5:30pm - 6:00pm every Friday.

Volunteers are required to attend a 1.5 hour training session before the beginning of the program. They are also required to fill out and submit a Police Information Check to the RCMP before volunteering.

Please contact Usman Mushtaq at umushtaq@richmond.ca for more information. No experience necessary.

Additional info: Criminal record check required.


Requirements

Minimum age: 14


Address

BC

Contact Info
Usman Mushtaq
Youth Development Coordinator
Email: umushtaq@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8571

RRC - Pub Ed - Workshop Presenter 
Emergency Programs

Description

Opportunity for Presenters
[Public Presenters Team]
(https://www.removolunteers.com/public-presenters) to sign up to be a presenter at RRC Program workshop events.

[Keywords: Emergency Programs / REMO]


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Address
5599 Lynas Lane
Richmond BC, V7C 5B2

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Contact Info
Harpreet Jaswal
EP Coordinator, ESS & Public Education
Email: emergencyprograms@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8698
Cell: (604) 314-0297

Table Top Board Games Facilitator 
City Centre Youth Development

Description

Looking for a volunteer to facilitate a Board Games drop-in at City Centre Community Centre


Requirements

Minimum age: 10


Address
5900 Minoru Boulevard
Richmond BC, V6X 4C7

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Contact Info
Usman Mushtaq
Youth Development Coordinator
Email: umushtaq@richmond.ca
Phone: (604) 204-8571