New Westminster Volunteer Fest will be held at Royal City Centre Mall, 610 6th Street, in New Westminster from 9:30 am to 3:30 am on January 26th, 2019. This is a great opportunity for students to connect with non-profit organizations and to possibly find potential volunteer positions.
Feast of Fortune 2019 Volunteers
BRANDLIVE is looking for energetic, customer service oriented volunteers to assist with St. Paul’s annual Feast of Fortune on January 26, 2019. It will be at The Westin Bayshore in Vancouver. Held in advance of Chinese New Year, this event consists of highly anticipated live and silent auctions, amazing food creations, and spectacular live performances.
- Production Team – Set Up, Decor
- Greeters/Directional Hosts
- VIP Guest Hosts
- Silent and Live Auction Assistants
- Guest Registration
- Informational Hosts
Please note that you must be available to volunteer on January 26, and attend the volunteer orientation on either January 18 or 21. Date of orientation will be confirmed upon acceptance of the application.
EVENT START/END DATE
January 26, 2018 (Orientation date: January 18, or 21.)
Strathcona Multicultural Fair
Strathcona Elementary School in Vancouver will be hosting their annual Multicultural Fair on Thursday, March 14, 2019 from 9am to 12pm. This event will have over 500 students, families and community members in attendance. Community partners, schools and organizations are invited to this event. Activities include face painting, art & crafts, cultural display, interactive games, food tasting and more. This is a good opportunity for Columbia College students to share their unique cultures and to spend a fun and educating time with our local elementary students. It would also be a great chance for students to network and meet more people!
Event: Strathcona Multicultural Fair
Where: Strathcona Elementary School Gymnasium (592 E. Pender St. Vancouver)
When: March 14, 2019
Time: 9am- 12pm
Looking for students who are passionate about sharing their cultures as well as learning about other cultures. A table will be provided to showcase our student’s cultures. Activities include games, art, crafts, music, food, etc.
Contact Linus Leow ([email protected]) if you are interested in volunteering or if you have any further questions.
Peer Tutor at Columbia College
Students can volunteer their time (commitment is 2 hours per week), and assist their peers with various computer skills. They can volunteer in the Library, Student Services computer lab, or in the Learning Centre. They are welcome to volunteer their support in: Microsoft Word and Basic Computer Skills (this includes the Student Portal).
The primary role of the tutor is to offer technology assistance by helping the tutee “learn how to learn” on their own. The peer tutor will not teach course material. They will receive training from the Learning Centre Supervisor and will participate in monthly volunteer meetings.
Please note: Peer Tutoring in the Learning Centre is provided by students who are chosen based on instructor recommendation, academic performance, and the ability to understand their own learning. If you would like to apply, please come to Student Services (Room 211) or the Learning Centre (Room 411) to pick up an application form.