(Junior Achievement of South Western Ontario, Chatham)
|Comments||Our Mission |
JA inspires youth and prepares them to succeed in a global economy.
Presently Serving: Huron, Perth, Oxford, Middlesex, Elgin, Lambton, Kent, Essex, Bruce and Grey
JA South Western Ontario engages over 700 volunteers who mentor youth, providing them with hands-on experiential skills development in business, currently reaching more than 14,000 youth each year.
Participating in JA programs transforms students and gives them the knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in school, business and life. Studies have shown that today’s most in-demand jobs didn’t exist ten years ago. JA prepares students to succeed in tomorrow’s careers, solve tomorrow’s challenges and launch businesses that create tomorrow’s jobs.
|Contact||Natalie DePaepe, Program Manager, JA - South West Ontario; Phone: 519-439-4201 ext 235; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Duties||Public Speaking / Facilitation|
|More Info Link||https://jacan.thankyou4caring.org/south-western-ontario/new/volunteer-19/20|
|Benefits||We match you based on your availability and location |
-In person group training sessions available – We come to you and your business!
-Refresh your training or learn multiple programs with our online portal
-Easy access to curriculum materials
|Clients||Youth from grades 4 -12|
|Ages||18 year(s) and up|
|Suitable for OSSD||No|
|Suitable For||Adults (18+) ; Post-secondary students ; Men ; Women ; Individuals ; Workplaces / Corporate Groups|
|Areas of Interest||Education Support (Elementary / Secondary) ; Employment / Career Guidance ; Mentorship / Leadership ; Reading / Literacy ; Youth Engagement|
|Skills/Experience||Creativity ; Dependability & Trustworthiness ; Friendly & Outgoing ; Leadership ; Mentoring & Training ; Positive / Cheerful Demeanor ; Working with Children ; JA programs are delivered by hundreds of dedicated volunteers who bring their professional experiences into the classroom to help students connect program concepts with real-life situations. Volunteers use a mix of hands-on activities, discussions and digital learning to engage students and ensure they retain and use what they learn. With their help, students gain the knowledge and confidence they need to define their personal success and go after their dreams.|
|Commitment Length||Facilitators can volunteer as often or as little as they like! Volunteer Commitments vary by program. Please view our website for further details. https://www.jacanada.org/jaswo-volunteer|
|Interaction Level||Small Group ; Large Group ; Program Facilitators deliver programming in schools and work with 20-30 students at a time.|
|Minimum Hours||5 / Day|
|Dates and Times||Monday: Morning |
Programs run over the course of one school day. Interested volunteers are encouraged to view the website for opportunities in their communities.
|Seasons||Year Round ; JA runs programming throughout the majority of the school year.|
|Location||Bruce County, Grey County|
|Number of Positions||Bruce County: 20 individual(s) ; Grey County: 20 individual(s) |
100 individual(s) needed in total.
Program opportunities depend on teachers in your community registering for JA programming and local funding.
|Training||Training is provided - Training will be provided either virtually or in person as well as all materials. ; Interested volunteers are welcome to register with a friend and then deliver a program together. Individuals can register for a specific date and opportunity or register expressing interest and a Program Manager will connect you to a date and school that works for you! |
|Transportation||Transportation depends on your location in your community as well as the school you are volunteering with|
|Additional Requirements||Volunteers must not have a Criminal record as they work with vulnerable populations.|
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|Organization Name||Junior Achievement of South Western Ontario, Chatham|