The Ralph Thornton Centre is currently looking for volunteers for the following:
Grade 1-6 Newcomer Chinese Mentor-After School Program Starts October 3!
Volunteer shifts available Monday-Thursday 4:00-6:00 pm
To apply to become a Ralph Thornton Centre volunteer please fill out a volunteer application form online or you can download our form and drop it off to the centre, or come in and fill one out in person and leave it with Sandra at the reception desk on the third floor.
Your application will be screened and Susy, our Volunteer Coordinator, will contact you for an interview.
If you would like more information about our volunteer program, please contact us and we will be happy to answer all of your questions.
Values for Volunteer Involvement
Volunteer involvement is vital to a just and democratic society.
- It fosters civic responsibility, participation and interaction.
Volunteer involvement strengthens communities.
- It promotes change and development by identifying and responding to community needs.
Volunteer involvement is based on relationships.
- Volunteers are expected to act with integrity and be respectful and responsive to others with whom they interact.
- Volunteer involvement mutually benefits both the volunteer and the organization.