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Martial Arts Volunteer [ More info ]   
Volunteers are needed for our Integrated Martial Arts for Physically Disabled Individuals.
High School Liason [ More info ]    
We are looking for 2 students from each school in the Holland River Community. If you are in grade 10 or 11 and are interested in becoming the ambassador for your school with the Canadian Cancer Society please apply today. 
You will help advertise and recruit your fellow students as volunteers for our Daffodil campaign in April, Relay For Life in June and Pink Ribbon in October.  
Sunday School Assitant Teachers [ More info ]   
Do you like working with children? Do you have lots of energy and are ready for some fun? Come and join our group as a assistant Sunday school teacher to work with our children in their Sunday School classes.
York Mentoring Coach [ More info ]           
COSTI’s York Mentoring Program is designed to connect youth (mentees) with adult community volunteers (mentors) who have a college or university degree the chance to offer support and encourage youth to develop their skills, improve their performance and become the person they want to be.  
The Mentor-Mentee match will connect for at least 2 hours a week for 10 weeks via email, telephone, and/or face to face.
Minor Softball Season [ More info ]   
We are needing volunteers to help with Opening Day, Closing Day and Coaching through the season for Tball, 5 Pitch, Mite & Squirt divisions. We also need volunteers to help with Equipment, Convenors and Tournament Organizers
Advisory Committee [ More info ]   
We are looking for volunteers in a background in one or more of the follow areas youth, social services, community outreach, recreation, sports, public relations, communications, and or marketing to work on our advisory committee.
Sports Coordinator [ More info ]   
• Organize and implement Soccer Tournament 
• Serve as support to the Project Coordinator and President  
• Coordinate and Manage volunteers (coaches, referees, student volunteers) 
• Serve as support for all the participants in the sports programming 
• Ensure safe set up of equipments and gym  
• Excellent problem solving skills. 
• Interact with Community Groups, Sports Venue, and Sponsors as necessary. 
• Ensure Soccer rules and guidelines are met 
• Interact with youth and manage teams  
Unit Guider [ More info ]           
For girls, Guiding is an accepting environment with diverse and exciting programs and activities that offer the chance to discover new interests, learn valuable leadership skills and make lasting friendships. Guiding gives girls the tools and resources they need to achieve greatness. 
For women, Guiding is a chance to be part of their community by helping girls develop their potential. It’s a place for personal growth, mentoring and travel opportunities. 
Program Leader [ More info ]           
We are looking for volunteers to assist with girls in programs dedicated to empowering girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Currently our after school program runs Monday to Friday from 3:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Student Volunteer [ More info ]   
Opportunities are available for both male and female students looking to fulfill their 40 hours of community involvement. Positions include working with younger girls in after-school programs, research for programs, office maintenance and special events.
School Ambassador [ More info ]           
Our team is looking for reliable, energetic, committed volunteers who can work independently to assist the School Area Coordinator in the effective delivery of our school fund raising programs; Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart. A main focus for these volunteers is on the independent delivery of our heart health awareness presentations– Heart Healthy Kids Presentations. Ideally, for this position we are looking for a volunteer who is able to commit 1 or 2 days a week for the duration of the school year. Access to a vehicle and willingness to travel around York Region is necessary. Teaching/experience working in schools is an asset!
School Event Support [ More info ]           
May is our busiest time for the Jump Rope for Heart program in the schools and we’re ready to jump into it! We are looking for volunteers to attend the events in the schools! This means being a representative of the Foundation at each event, positively interacting with the school community and participating in a fun filled day of skipping with students. If you have experience working in schools, you’re confident in engaging with school communities and you like to jump rope, you would be a perfect fit!
Youth Leaders Wanted! [ More info ]        
Calling all youth leaders! We are looking for enthusiastic and results oriented high school leaders to become Heart Month Captains, organizing and executing fund raising activities within your high school. Fund raising activities could include: selling heart-o-grams for Valentine's Day, organizing a fashion show, dance contest or bake sale.  
If you are friendly, organized and mature, have experience and/or interest in volunteering in a fund raising campaign,then this is the ideal role for you!  
Youth Centre Volunteers [ More info ]   
Would you like to help at our youth center? We are looking for people to assist with recreational and leisure activities.
Baseball Coach or Assistant Coach [ More info ]   
Are you interested in being the coach or the assistant coach to a children's baseball team? Our baseball teams are for boys and girls from age 4 until 21 years old.
Chess in the Library Volunteer [ More info ]   
We are looking for volunteers who would be responsible for: setting-up and monitoring the program, teaching beginners, making sure participants have partners their own level, and playing to fill gaps. Furthermore, volunteers also: promote the club, send representatives to CITL tournaments, answer players’ and parents’ questions, and correspond with the library staff. Library staff will provide on-site supervision.
Teen Advisory Group (T.A.G.) [ More info ]   
The Council will meet every other week on Wedensdays to work on projects that will help shape the programs and services offered to teens by the Newmarket Public Library. Projects could involve program suggestions and development, book displays, web site development, participation in community events, promotional material development, contests, and collection recommendations. This position is for 13 - 18 year old students. This program runs from September to June. Come out and have a say in your Library.
Soccer Team Volunteer [ More info ]   
Would you like to help coaching or assisting our coaches with our recreational youth players from ages 4-18. Our programs run in the Fall, Winter and Summer seasons.
Soccer Tournament Volunteers [ More info ]   
Our Soccer club has special events such as our summer tournaments that we need assistance in set up, administration, coordinating activities and other general duties. If you would like to get involved please register today and we will get back to you closer to the event dates.
Child Minding Support [ More info ]   
*Volunteer will be working at our KESWICK location in the Georgina Learning Centre. 
Responsibilities include: 
-providing a caring and nurturing environment for children from birth to 3 years while their moms attend programs at the Georgina Outreach Office/Learning Centre  
-playing, singing and having fun with the children  
-assisting with the daily maintenance of the child minding area including picking toys up and disinfecting centre/toys when required; and  
-working as part of a team with staff. 
Scout Leader [ More info ]      
Are you 16 years of age or older? Do you like working with children? If so we are looking for assistant leaders to help with our scouting program for beavers aged 5 years and cubs aged 6 - 8 years.
Assistant Beaver Scout, Cub Scout and Scout Leaders [ More info ]       
Are you 14 years of age or older? Do you like working with children? If so we are looking for assistant leaders to help with our scouting programs for:  
Beaver Scouts aged 5 to 7 years of age  
Cubs aged 8-10 years of age.  
Scout Aged 11-13 years of age.  
These are active groups that spends many of our meetings in the out of doors. To work with Beaver Scouts and Cub Scouts you need to be 14 or older. To work with Scouts you need to be 16 or older. 
• Duties usually involved in leading games, songs, stories 
• Help with crafts, outdoor activities 
• Often work with smaller groups of youth members 
• Help with administrative duties (e.g. dues, attendance) 
• Involved in program planning Scouts Canada's Mission is: To contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. 
Adult Leaders needed as well.
Various Volunteer Positions [ More info ]           
Primary volunteer roles include working with youth in Scouts Canada programs; Beaver Scouts (5-7yrs), Cub Scouts (8-10yrs), Scouts (11-14yrs), Venturer Scouts (14-18yrs) and Rover Scouts (18-26yrs). Various volunteer opportunities are also available for committees, camps and fundraising. Please contact for more information.
Baseketball Scorekeepers [ More info ]   
YNBA Basketball is looking for volunteers to assist with the concession stand for our basketball program. Sessions run for 20 weeks in the fall or 10 weeks in the sprin
House League Coach / Assistant Coach, [ More info ]   
YNBA Basketball is looking for caring, grounded, individuals, preferably with a background in dealing with and/or coaching children (age 4-19), to help in various aspects of our regular programming. Duties could include: coaching, or assistant coaching,  
Crew Members [ More info ]           
We are looking for members for our Scout Canada Rover Crew. The main focus of this group is to fund raise for the community and to assist the York Regional Police with fund raising initiatives. You will also participate in Child Seat Safety displays at local shopping malls working with our traffic unit. This is a partnership with Scouts Canada and York Regional Police.
Venture Company Advisor [ More info ]      
This is a leadership role providing encouragement, coaching, and guidance to the York Regional Police Venture Crew. Meetings are weekly along with several camping trips per year.