Girl Guide Leaders

(Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada-Ontario Council)

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Position ID: V-CWD0336 Last Modified: 14 Mar 2019 Last Full Update: 14 Mar 2019
Opportunity Details
ContactPatricia McDonald, Community Planning Coordinator, Girl Guides Of Canada, Ontario Council; Phone: 877-323-4545 * 800-565-8111; Email:
DutiesVolunteering with Girl Guides is a very rewarding and hands-on way to help girls and young women develop the best in themselves. 
Volunteer opportunities with Girl Guides of Canada are tailored to fit your schedule, your skills and your interests. Whether you want to offer an hour or two every few months or make a regular weekly commitment, there are lots of ways to volunteer and help Girl Guides of Canada put girls in the lead.  
Through Guiding, you can develop skills that are highly valued in the workplace, such as communications, event planning, risk management, program delivery, training and more.  
Your time, your life, your volunteer experience. Share your skills, your talents and yourself as a Girl Guide volunteer.
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BenefitsWhen you volunteer with Girl Guides of Canada, not only do you enrich the lives of girls, you gain a personally rewarding experience. Take advantage of the personal and professional development opportunities that Guiding offers: 
• Develop skills in areas such as leadership, event planning, advocacy, communications and more 
• Mentoring and training programs 
• International travel 
• Post-secondary scholarships
Ages18 year(s) and up
Suitable for OSSDNo
Suitable ForAdults (18+) ; Seniors (55+) ; Post-secondary students ; Persons with a hearing impairment ; Persons with a mental disability ; Persons with a physical disability ; Persons with a visual impairment ; Women ; Newcomers / English as a second language ; Groups ; Individuals ; Workplaces / Corporate Groups
Areas of InterestMentorship / Leadership ; Youth & Activity Camp Support ; Youth Engagement
Skills/ExperienceCommunication & Interpersonal Skills ; Confidentiality ; Creativity ; Friendly & Outgoing ; Listening Skills ; Patience ; Planning & Organizing ; Positive / Cheerful Demeanor ; Team Work ; Working with Children
Commitment LengthMedium Term (4 months to 1 year) ; September-June
Interaction LevelSmall Group ; Large Group
Minimum Hours2 / Week
Dates and TimesMonday: Evening 
Tuesday: Evening 
Wednesday: Evening 
Thursday: Evening 
Friday: Evening
SeasonsSpring ; Fall ; Winter
AccessibilityUnknown - Various Locations
Number of PositionsBruce County: 10 individual(s) ; Grey County: 10 individual(s) ; Huron County: 10 individual(s) ; Muskoka District: 10 individual(s) ; Parry Sound District: 10 individual(s) ; Perth County: 20 individual(s) ; Simcoe County: 20 individual(s) 
90 individual(s) needed in total.
TrainingTraining is provided
Police CheckRequired
Start DateOn or after 01 Mar 2019
Agency Details
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Organization NameGirl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada-Ontario Council
Office Phone1-877-323-4545
Toll Free Phone1-800-565-8111 (Recruitment Line)
Address & Map
Girl Guides of Canada - Guides du Canada
180 Duncan Mill Rd, Suite 100
Toronto, ON M3B 1Z6
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