We Need Student Volunteers
Every year Surrey’s Salvation Army raises money for Surrey’s needy families. From November 20th through December 24th, red kettles are set up at retail locations and manned by volunteer “bell ringers” for the annual Christmas Kettle Campaign. Last year our volunteer bell ringers collected $118,000.00. Those donations supported our food and clothing programs, senior care program, referral services for vision care and addiction, provided furniture, household items, school supplies and summer camp assistance for children. We also served Christmas breakfast to 380 Surrey residents and distributed 700 Christmas hampers to low income families. We continue to see increases year after year in the numbers of people who need our help. Our goal for 2018 is to collect $145,000.00, which we can only achieve with your assistance.
We need student volunteer bell ringers. We are hoping you would be willing to ring a bell and help change a life. Student volunteers stand by a kettle for one or more 4-hour shifts at a retail location of your choice. The student application form shows the days, times and locations you can choose. Our training video can be found: https://www.youtube.com/embed/ob80T_DB_Mg
Become a Christmas Kettle volunteer - it's a great way to give back to your community.
We need to hear from you as soon as possible. Call 778-887-6263 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org Every bell ringer makes a difference!
The Salvation Army
Surrey Community Church & Family Services
Office Address: 13474 96 Ave Surrey BC V3V 1Y9
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone: 604-496-5172 ext. 202
Want to learn about being a pilot? a doctor? a scientist? a police officer or firefighter? Or researching a cure for cancer?
Girls can do anything! Join us on October 19th to hear from amazing women who work hard, break down barriers, and change the world!
In the morning, we'll listen to guest speakers which will lead to break out sessions - hear more from the women you are most interested in.
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Some of you may have come to see me about upgrading a mark, or taking an extra academic course ONLINE in order to use for acceptance to SFU or UBC. I have just been informed that all of these courses need to be 100% complete and grade submitted to the Ministry of Education by no later than JANUARY 31, 2019.
This is normal for applying to UBC, but has changed for SFU. Regardless, ALL ONLINE courses must be finished and final grade received by Jan 31, 2019.
If you have questions, come into the Career Centre to talk with Ms Jeffery.
Represent the Liberal Party of Canada. Once you sign up and show interest and are ready to we will provide you with the latest news, updates and opportunities to support the Liberals. You will have the opportunity to opt-out if you decide this is not for you.
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS INCLUDE
-Door to Door Knocking
For further information, questions and to SIGN UP please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER HOURS?
Family Fun Night is being held at Sunshine Hills Elementary on May 25th, between 4:15pm - 8:15pm. We welcome keen, responsible students grades 8-11, to join us for a volunteer shift. The shift times are 4:15-6:15pm and 6:15-8:15pm for the two hour shift or they are welcome to stay for the full four hour shift from 4:15 - 8:15pm.
Anyone who is interested can email me at email@example.com
BONUS! Each student will receive a gift card to 7-11 and a sign off sheet of hours completed at the end of the shift. Also, we will have pizza bought for them to snack on when they arrive for a shift!
TRY/CATCH 2018 is Saturday May 12th 2018 at SFU's Burnaby Campus!TRY/CATCH (Computing and Technology Conference for Her) is an exciting outreach project organized by the Women in Computing Science (WiCS) and Women in Engineering (WiE) at Simon Fraser University.
Try/CATCH 2018 is a one-day event on Saturday, May 12th for high school girls from grades 8-12, with a major objective of helping girls develop an interest in Computing Science, Engineering Science and the field of technology. Throughout the event, students participate in a variety of enriching activities focusing on developing skills in areas such as programming, robotics and other computing-related aspects. Networking is encouraged and the advantages of working in a technology field are highlighted through discussion with women mentors from industry, current female students, and representatives from technology companies.
FULL INFO HERE: trycatch.cs.sfu.ca/
REGISTER HERE: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfZs0egc5uWeULib8khfIBsEyQyWFvCUe6BKNzNVSyZ2nXJHg/viewform
Pedalheads is a learn to ride bike program for kids 2-12 that also offers exceptional swim and "superhero" physical skills programs. Since 1986 we have taught over 200,000 children to bike and swim using our own teaching methods combined with small classes and exceptional instructors.
For Summer, we are looking for students in grades 10-12 to apply with us as paid instructors (Must be turning at least 16 by December 31). We are also seeking volunteers from grades 8-10.
Details of the paid instructor position:
Perks of the job:
***While opportunities exist, all applicants will receive an invitation to attend a group interview or phone interview!***
Details of the volunteer position:
To apply to work at Pedalheads, students can fill out a quick application form online at the following link: