Volunteer Services


Diary of a Volunteer: How to Create a Volunteer Position


Ever thought about creating your own volunteer position? Francisco has some tips and strategies on how to do just that in this installment of “Diary of a Volunteer”.

By: Francisco Gallegos 3839 reads | 0 comments

Diary of a Volunteer: Where to Look for a Volunteer Opportunity

Diary of a Volunteer

Looking for a volunteer opportunity targeted to your desired skills and interests? Read an article from Volunteer and Service Learning's e-newsletter, find a great volunteer opportunity.

By: Francisco Gallegos 5071 reads | 0 comments

Make a Difference This Holiday Season


There is no better time to think about helping others than during the traditional season of giving. And because many charitable organizations kick into high gear during the holidays, there is no shortage of opportunities to contribute your time and talents. So why not try volunteering this holiday season?

By: coopcom 16476 reads | 0 comments

Diary of a Volunteer

Diary of a Volunteer

Looking for a volunteer opportunity targeted to your desired skills and interests? Francisco Gallegos shares how he began volunteering in Diary of a Volunteer.

By: Francisco Gallegos 5049 reads | 0 comments

Volunteering Abroad: A Success Story


Kristin Treleavin's is not an ordinary success story. Having faced difficulty finding a true calling throughout her years in school, Kristin found validation while volunteering at an orphanage in Mozambique. Today, she is Volunteer Coordinator for HOPE, an international organization that 'extends compassion to the neglected poor'. Find out about Kristin and an upcoming workshop that will prepare you for a rewarding volunteering experience.

By: Adam Brayford 4676 reads | 0 comments

Volunteer Profile: Claudia Li


 Claudia Li could have entered a photo in any of the five categories featured in the WIL photo contest. She has had international experience with an exchange at the Chinese University in Hong Kong.She participated in Co-op through the SFU EDGE program in Scotland. And yet, it was a photo entered in the Community Engagement category that stood out.

By: Jessica Doherty 5726 reads | 0 comments
Syndicate content