Volunteers Needed!

| September 26, 2023
Submitted by Yashasvi Yadav for Community Volunteer Circles (CVC), Student Open Circles (SOC)

A few CVC groups are in high need of more volunteers to help out with underserved youth and kids in Hamilton 🤝. Please consider signing up or let your friends know – starting this coming week! Learn more here.

Community Volunteer Circles (CVC) has more than 15 weekly volunteer groups to choose from. You can still sign up for a group and make a difference this semester!

Groups in particular need of volunteers include: :

  • LAF (Tues 2:45 – 5:50 p.m.) – Mentor underserved kids (Grades 1-8) in small groups and one-on-one using creative and fun tools to assist with financial literacy activities, homework completion, and social skills.
  • Let’s get moving (Wed 3:30 – 5:50 p.m.) – Help facilitate an after-school program for children in grades 1-6, with a focus on active living, personal health & wellness, and nutrition. Lead activities such as crafts, sports, cooking, and local trips.
  • Pathways to Education (Wed 4:00 – 7:20 p.m.) – Tutor high school students through homework assignments, studying, social engagement and conversation. Volunteers must be 18 or older, and a strong proficiency in English is required.

To sign up for a volunteer group, please review the current volunteer openings and contact the group facilitators directly by the email address(es) provided.

‍️ For general questions or for more information, contact cvc@mcmaster.ca.

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