Welcome to the HHS Job and Volunteer Opportunities board!  As we receive news of opportunities for students we will post them here. To submit a posting please use the Contact Us link at the top of the page.

Note: to access web links within postings you may need to open the post (click on the title).

Arrowhead Park – November Volunteers Needed

Park staff is taking down about 20 privies at Arrowhead and could use some students to salvage some of the fibreglass panels; remove hardware, faucets etc. and help with the demolition.  They can work in pairs or alone for physical distancing. They need steel toe boots and we supply the rest.

We have stringent rules and protocols in place to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors so students should feel safe here.

Volunteers don’t need a driver’s license but they do need to get themselves to the park. It may even be an opportunity for us to see some work ethics and the participants may want to be considered for weekend work this winter  and full-time next summer.

Work will commence immediately and throughout November.

Braden Bradford is the lead contact for this initiative.

Contact: [email protected]

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Contact: [email protected]

Limberlost Forest & Wildlife Reserve: Volunteer Opportunity

The Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve is now recruiting volunteers.Gain experience in areas such as guided hikes, event preparation, guest accommodation, landscaping and trail maintenance.
If interested email:

[email protected]

Limberlost Forest & Wildlife Reserve

          1088 Buck Lake Landing 
        Huntsville, Ontario, P1H 2J6

                 705-635-1584 
                  
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Camp Tanamakoon – Hiring for Summer

Camp Tanamakoon seeks camp counselors specifically interested in Arts and Crafts. Overnight camp located in the heart of Algonquin. The contract runs June 21 to Aug 23. Competitive salary and room and board paid. Exceptional Arts and Crafts program includes paddle making, pottery, crafts, lapidary, art and sketching. Priority given to candidates with a experience in pottery and a passion for all things arts and crafts.

Ontario Public Service – Summer Jobs

The Summer Employment Opportunities (SEO) program provides up to 5,000 students with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience through supervised summer employment in the Ontario Public Service.

These positions enable students to gain valuable work experience and develop skills which are transferable to the labour market. Positions for summer 2020 were posted today, February 10, 2020and have six different closing dates between February 28 and April 3, 2020.

See www.gojobs.gov.on.ca for details

China House Restaurant – Hiring

China House Buffet Restaurant in Huntsville is hiring a part time cashier.

4pm to 7pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

$14/hour plus tips

Duties include: taking phone orders, cashier, greeting and taking dine-in orders from customers

Requirements: Hospitable, reliabel, courteous and good phone manner and basic computer knowledge

Address: 968 Main St. East, Huntsville

Tel: 7105-789-1128

Email: [email protected]

 

Baby Sitter Needed

ISO Before school care.
I am looking for mature grade 8 – high school student for 30-40 mins three mornings a week (Tues, Wed, Thurs) and a fourth morning (Mon) once a month to watch my two children (7 & 5) and put on the bus at 8:10 (bus 203).  I would prefer in my home.  Located 2 mins. down Aspdin Rd.
Contact Jackie Sheridan at [email protected]

Volunteer Life Guard Wanted

The Hospice is running a Fundraiser called PoolaPalooza on November 24 from 9-12 at the Huntsville Summit Centre Pool. They are looking for volunteer Lifeguards. See link below to the poster with full details.

Volunteer Life Guards Wanted for Hospice Fundraiser (1) (1)

If you are interested in joining as a participant in the Fundraiser follow the link below:

https://www.hospicehuntsville.com/events/swim-for-hospice/

Volunteers Needed : Port Sydney Turkey Dinner

Hey Students this a  great community event where you can get 5 service hours!

The 67th Annual Port Sydney Turkey Dinner & Fireworks is looking for volunteers for dining room service.

The event will be held on Saturday September 28, 2019 and hours of operation will be 3:30 – 8:30.

Please contact Leslie Secord 705-571-0088 (call/text).

Dinner available for volunteers for $5

Come prepared for food service – black top, black pants, comfortable closed toe shoes and long hair pulled back.

Service is finished in time for volunteers to enjoy the fireworks overlooking beautiful Mary Lake in Port Sydney.

Terry Fox Run – Volunteers Needed

The Huntsville Terry Fox run is:

looking for some enthusiastic out going volunteers to help with the Terry Fox Run Route and water stations.  This is a great event to be involved in and your heart will be just a little big bigger for doing so.

 Terry Fox Run

Sunday September 15th

HHS – Registration 8:00

Run / Walk/ Bike 9:00

 If interested please call Sharon Stahls (705-385-8321).

High school students, don’t forget to bring your volunteer card along.

Edmonds GM is Hiring

Edmonds Chevrolet Corvette GMC Buick in Huntsville requires a mature responsible student to manage our new and used vehicle lot. Keeping vehicles clean, gassed up, lot organized, promotional signage in place along with other dealership duties. This is a fulltime summer position with Saturdays available now. Must have a valid G2 drivers licence. Please send resume to [email protected]

Ironman 70.3 Volunteers Needed

Hello valued volunteers!

It’s that time of year again. The Ironman 70.3 is just around the corner. We couldn’t run this event without you amazing volunteers. I’m reaching out to ask if you would consider volunteering for Race Kit Packing (stuffing athlete bags with information & sample) &/or Registration/Packet Pickup (help athletes through the registration & packet pick-up process). You were SO fabulous last year, that I just had to ask you back. To register to volunteer: Google ‘Ironman 70.3 Muskoka’, click on ‘volunteer’ at the bottom, then click on ‘register now’ & then click on the job(s) you want to do.

Race Kit Packing is July 4th 5-7 p.m. at the Canada Summit Centre in the Don Laugh Arena
Registration/Packet Pickup is July 5th 2-7 p.m. & July 6th 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
You can choose to work just a few hours if you do not wish to do a whole shift. If you have any questions, please reach out to me.

I will be sending out emails with information you need to know about where to park, times to arrive etc. closer to the event. Spread the word to any family or friends.

Karen Litchfield

Contact: [email protected]

Service Hours: Upcoming Port Sydney Event

Are you looking for volunteer hours in time for graduation or to check off of your ‘to do’ list?

The Stephenson Lions Club is looking for student servers for the 5th Annual Lobsterfest.

Sit down dinner servers are required from 4 pm until 9 pm on Saturday June 1, 2019

Great opportunity for Port Sydney students!  Event is held at the Port Sydney Hall.

Call 705-571-0088 if interested or for more information.

Summer Jobs: Camp Big Canoe!

Camp Big Canoe is looking to fill 2 positions: Assistant Cook  & Assistant Maintenance 

Why work at Camp Big Canoe? We have a relatively small camp where you can meet every
single camper that comes up the camp road and be a part of a tightly knit, motivated and
positive staff family.
This opportunity is a live-in position with several weekend breaks over the summer that includes
room and board at our camp near Bracebridge.
Camp Big Canoe is an overnight camp for boys and girls aged 6-16. Located on 240 acres
surrounding our own private Hart Lake in the beautiful Muskoka district of Ontario, Canada, our
campers are given every opportunity to experience the challenge and rewards of outdoor living
and to appreciate their natural environment.

For full details on how to apply and job descriptions follow the link below:

Camp Big Canoe Summer Jobs

Summer Company

Summer Company is a program of the government of Ontario that helps young people between 15 and 29 years old start and run their own summer business by providing funding, advice and services. The province’s Small Business Enterprise Centres and selected non-profit organizations in your community deliver the program.

If you’re accepted into the program, you’ll receive:

  • an award of up to $3,000
    • a first payment of up to $1,500 for start-up costs
    • a second payment of up to $1,500 once you’ve successfully completed the program
  • hands-on coaching
  • mentoring from business leaders in your community and from your program provider

You also get to keep any profits generated through the operation of your business.

For details see the Summer Company Website

Muskoka North Good Food COOP Hiring

The Good Food Co-op is looking for an energetic, outgoing hard-working summer student to assist
with the development of the Outdoor Edible Landscape Patio, along with several other aspects of
day to day Co-op operations. This is a full-time position which will start immediately and will end on
September 30th, 2019 (or before if need be).

For a full description click: Job Description

Applications are due on May 15th.

Red Fox Catering – Hiring for Summer

DISHWASHER/KITCHEN HELPERS

We are looking for dishwashers to join our catering teams for the Summer season (approx. June 24th to August 28th). We are a small, passionate catering company that services summer camps in the Algonquin & Kawartha areas. We hire small catering teams for temporary, live-in positions in these beautiful locations. Meals and accommodation are provided.

This is the perfect introduction to industrial kitchen operations for individuals interested in learning about the food industry. We promote development opportunities for our employees so there is always the opportunity to graduate to a more advanced position for every consecutive season with our company.

DUTIES

– operate industrial dishwasher

– clean and maintain dishwashing machine to insure good working order

– organize high volume dishes as they arrive in the kitchen post-mealtimes, clean & sanitize through the dishwashing machine and then store accordingly

– scrub pots & pans by hand when necessary

– maintain clean work station

– assist with meal service when needed

(serving food on buffet, replenishing request for seconds, etc.)

– assist with basic food prep

(chopping vegetables, building pizzas & grilled cheese sandwiches, etc.)

– mop floors

QUALIFICATIONS

– no experience required (we will train you!)

– motivational & organizational skills an asset

– ability to work as part of a team in a busy kitchen environment

– willingness to work in a hot, humid environment on your feet for several hours at a time

(no more than 4 hours at a time without an extended break)

Please view our website at www.redfoxcatering.net for lots more information on who we are and what we do!

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Contract

Salary: $425.00 /week

Colleen Fraser & Matthew Laurence

Owner/Operators
Red Fox Catering Inc.

Community Living Huntsville – Summer Volunteers Needed

Any students looking to fill volunteer hours this summer Community Living Huntsville has an opportunity.

They host a free Summer Giveaway at 99 West Road, (basically a free garage sale) that they have done for about 7 years.

It is on Saturday, July 6th from 8-1 and they are looking for student volunteers on that day or the Wednesday-Friday during the day prior to that to help sort donationsl.

Interested students can contact Stacey Bullock, Manager, Children’s Services at

Community Living Huntsville, 99 West Rd., Huntsville, ON  P1H 1M1

P: 705-789-4543, F: 705-789-0752, Email: [email protected]

Mukoka Marinas Hiring for Summer

MUSKOKA MARINAS
1008 SKELETON LAKE ROAD 3
UTTERSON, ONTARIO, P0B 1M0

POSITION TITLE- DOCK SIDE/ STORE FRONT
START DATE- JUNE 2019
SOME DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO- PUMPING GAS DOCK SIDE,
CASH HANDLING, CLEAN UP OF PROPERTY AND MARINA, SERVING ICE- CREAM,
CUSTOMER SERVICE, STOCKING INVENTORY

POSITION TITLE- BOAT CLEANER/ DETAILER
START DATE- JUNE 2019
SOME DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO- OUT OF STORAGE CLEANING
OF BOATS, KEEPING SHOP/ YARD TIDY,

HOW TO APPLY
PLEASE SEND RESUMES TO: [email protected]
OR IN PERSON- MONDAY- THURSDAY 10AM-3PM
IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER INFORMATION, FEEL FREE TO CONTACT JULIE AT 705.769.2151

The Snow Lake Initiative – Volunteers Needed

The Snow Lake Initiative offers free programming to creative entrepreneurs working across various disciplines to generate more mental, emotional & financial freedom for the creation of great art in Canada.  See www.thesnowlakeinitiative.ca for details
The organization is looking for some assistance with online research.
“We have two sets of data that we’re looking to build.  One is a database of the micro-grants that currently exist in Canada for the arts. This might be of particular interest to art students who could benefit from this knowledge anyways.  The other is a database of art based blogs and their submission protocols. “
Google sheets is used to track this information and volunteers could work from home/their laptop, and use a Toggle TimeTracker to track their time for volunteer hours.
Interested students can contact Jaime Payne at [email protected]

Volunteer With the Ontario 55+ Winter Games

Need volunteer hours? There is an opportunity to gain student volunteer hours at the Huntsville Summit Centre to be part of the crew getting ready to host the 2019, 55+ Ontario Winter Games.

There are many pre-games activities like signage, marketing, bag stuffing and equipment sorting. As well Games time March 4-8 will offer daytime and evening activities for students to gain volunteer hours.

The online link for Volunteer registration can be found on the Games website:  https://www.huntsville2019.ca/volunteer/

Sheri Renaud  | General Manager Ontario 55+ Winter Games
Town of Huntsville | Canada Summit Centre | 20 Park Drive
(705) 789-6421 ext 3043 | (705) 788-5920
www.huntsville2019.ca

Charity Novice/Atom Hockey Tournament.

The Knights of Columbus Charity Novice/Atom Hockey Tournament is in need of volunteer help. The tournament runs Friday March 15th @ 1 pm to Sunday March 17th @ 5 pm. We are looking for people to do timing and score keeping and we run training sessions in the evening prior to the tournament so no experience needed. Contact Bill Weber at 705-789-8768 or email     [email protected]

Babysitter Wanted

We are looking for a responsible high school student to look after our SK after school. Ideally you would ride the bus from school to Port Sydney (our daughter would get on the same bus at Riverside and ride it the rest of the way with you), and then hang out at our house with her until 4:30 or 5 o’clock. We are flexible and happy to discuss the finish times or location, and of course pay with the right candidate. If this interests you at all, we would love to hear from you to find out if you’re the right fit for the role and if the role would be right for you. Thanks! Jenn 705-380-8026

Port Sydney Turkey Dinner Volunteers Needed

Port Sydney Parks and Recreations committee is responsible for organizing the upcoming annual Port Sydney Turkey Dinner & Fireworks. They are looking for student and adult volunteers to help with the day’s events.

It will be held on September 29. Volunteers are required to help in the kitchen, the dish pit and for serving. Hours required are between 3 pm – 9 pm. They are happy to provide signed volunteer hours cards.

Anyone interested in volunteering can call 705-385–9758

Summer Employment: Algonquin Park Student Ranger

Ontario Parks on the west side of Algonquin is looking for a reliable student for a Student Ranger position. Ontario Parks operates 3 interior access points and takes care of all the campsites and trails on the west side of the park.

Looking for a physically fit, strong student who is interested in working in Algonquin Park for July and August as a student Ranger.

Task include:

  •  cleaning campsites
  • clearing trails
  • assisting Park Wardens on interior trips into the Park.

The candidate will be required to do lots of paddling and portaging canoes and backpacks.
If interested to submit a resume to Dan Willmore:

[email protected]

Employment: Arrowhead Provincial Park

 Arrowhead Provincial Park is currently seeking about 6 staff members for our maintenance department this summer. 

If interested contact:

Olivia Baguley
Stewardship Youth Ranger Team Lead
Arrowhead Provincial Park
E: [email protected] C: (705) 783 1977


or you can also send resumes or contact the Senior Operations Technician, Matt Hellam at:

[email protected] 
Phone: (705) 571-2029

 

South Portage Marina: Employment Opportunity

South Portage Marina

On Lake of Bays

Is seeking

  • Store clerks / Boat cleaners

Job duties include, but are not limited to:

  • stocking shelves/ refrigerators
  • general merchandise
  • serving customers
  • pumping gas
  • cleaning boats

Must be punctual, responsible, dependable and have reliable transportation.

Please email your resume to [email protected], or apply in person and leave a resume at

1021 Marina Rd. Huntsville ON P1H 2J6

 

 

 

Summer Employment: Babysitting & Kitchen Help

SUMMER STUDENT NEEDED TO HELP AT COTTAGE (LAKE VERNON) WITH FAMILY WITH CHILDREN
MOSTLY WEEKENDS, BUT IF AVAILABLE OTHER TIMES ALSO
KITCHEN HELP PRIORITY, SOME CLEANING, SOME BABYSITTING IF QUALIFIED
ONE OR TWO STUDENTS WORKING TOGETHER ALSO OK 
HOURS: 8-10 HOURS PER DAY  — OR AS AVAILABLE
PAY: 15-20$ PER HOUR, DEPENDING ON YOUR REFERENCES AND AVAILABILITY
CONTACT: IRENE BERKOWITZ, PHD: [email protected], 416-433-8758

Summer Company Program

If you are 15-29 years old and have an idea to start a business check out the Summer Company. You could receive up to $3000 to start your business.

 

Check out the posters or contact:

Gen Dickson
Administrative & Program Assistant
Muskoka Small Business Centre
158 Manitoba Street
Bracebridge, ON
Office: 705.646.9021

 

Volunteer Work: The Gamble Farm

The Gamble Farm in Port Sydney has a couple volunteer position available at the farm available:

  • Egg washer – duties include taking buckets of eggs from the coop and washing any dirt/poop off them using warm water and a scrub brush ( approx. 5 hrs available a week)
  •  Field prep – We will be planting our field in the next week and need helpers to sow seeds, plant transplants and shovel dirt ( approx. 10 hours available a week)

These are ongoing – weekly duties that we would require help with every week throughout the summer,  hours are very flexible.Location

445 South Mary Lake Road, Port Sydney
Contact Name: Ali Gamble
Contact Number: 416-917-9332

Alexandra Gamble
p: 705-385-6242  m: 416-917-9332
a: 445 South Mary Lake Road
Port Sydney, ON

 

 

 

 

Volunteer with the 70.3 IronMan

Get volunteer hours with the Muskoka 70.3 Ironman helping with:
  • registration on Friday July 6th from 2 p.m. -7p.m. & Saturday July 7th 10 a.m. – 5 p.m
 To register to volunteer, go to:http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/americas/ironman-70.3/muskoka/volunteer.aspx#axzz5GooLkpEL or Google Muskoka 70.3 Ironman & click on ‘volunteer’.

or/ For more details contact Volunteer Captain Karen Litchfield at [email protected]

Volunteer Work: Royal Canadian Legion

Earn valuable volunteer hours at the Royal Canadian Legion in Huntsville. Volunteers needed for June 15-16, 2018 and on an ongoing basis. Duties include:

  • raking
  • laying sod
  • general clean up of the grounds
  • some heavy physical labour if able

Contact Branch President Bruce Frank if interested: 705-789-4641

Volunteer Hours; Food Support: Muskoka Novel Marathon

The Muskoka Novel Marathon is looking for student volunteers to help out in the Kitchen on the weekend of July 14-16. Here are some details:

  • Dates: Saturday July 14th, Sunday July 15th, Monday July 16th (any day or time below)
  • Volunteer shift times: 8am-11am, 11am-2pm, 4pm-7pm

Duties will include:

  •  Assisting with food preparation and cooking as directed by the Kitchen manager
  • Picking up donated food from restaurants around town (if have own car but not required)
  •  Cleaning up of eating area as directed by Kitchen manager
  •  Dish washing

The Muskoka Novel Marathon is a fundraiser in support of Adult Literacy initiatives in Huntsville. Forty writers come together in a supportive environment and spend an entire weekend writing for a chance to win first prize for Best Young Adult or Adult Novel. Funds raised at the Muskoka Novel Marathon are donated to the diverse free educational programs Muskoka Literacy Services (part of YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka) and help keep the doors open to those in the community that want to overcome literacy challenges for a better life.Most recently, our funds have been used to provide Muskoka’s only English as a Second Language course, helping new Canadians from Syria and other countries settle into their new home.

Contact person:

Brenda Liddle – please email

 

Students Jobs Available

Student Jobs Available

  • Full time and part-time available
  • Jobs in Maintenance, Housekeeping and the Front Desk.

Located 10 minutes out of Huntsville on Hwy. 60 close to the town of Hillside.

  • For more information please Call:

    Patti Dryden at 705-635-2281

Volunteer Work: NDP Youth Representative

Interested in volunteering for  Youth Representative at the Parry Sound-Muskoka NDP riding association. We have a great volunteer opportunity that we’re offering to students in this electoral district. With the election coming up we’re working hard to share our positive message of change in our communities–one of the ways we want to do that is to help inspire students to be the change they want to see in this province. Students will earn volunteer hours, valuable experience for their future careers, and a thorough understanding of the political process in Ontario.
See poster for complete details or contact:
Cheers,
Diana McConnell at [email protected]

Camp Oochigeas(OOCH): Summer positions for Hire

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WHAT IS CAMP OOCH?

Camp Oochigeas (Ooch) is a privately funded, volunteer-based organization that provides kids with and affected by childhood cancer with unique opportunities for growth through challenging, fun, enriching and magical experiences. Camp Ooch is located in Rosseau.

Camp Ooch is now hiring 5 students in paid positions:
1 Maintenance

4 Housekeeping

  • Accomodation(room and board) provided.

Earn money and work experience and make a difference in the lives of kids living with cancer!

Contact Dave Drobitch, Manager of Residential Operations at (705) 313-3869. See link for full job details.

https://www.ooch.org/camp/careers

 

 

 

 

Volunteer with the Green Party of Ontario

Interested in gaining volunteer hours and experience with a political campaign. Complete tasks such as data input and general office tasks. The Green Party Office is downtown and easy walking distance from school.
If interested contact:

Sophie Lovell

——————–

Campaign Manager 
Green Party of Ontario 
Parry Sound Muskoka 
705-635-1657

Earn Volunteer Hours with the Canadian Cancer Society

Attention Volunteers!

Are you interested in earning volunteer hours for a worthy cause?

Do you know anyone who has had cancer?  Cancer changes everything.

SO CAN YOU!

Here is an opportunity to make a difference in your community.

The Huntsville Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society is fundraising for the month of April and we need your help!

 

Would you be interested in helping with:

  1. Selling daffodil pins – April 6-8 (at local stores for one 2- hour shift)

(contact Linda at 705-783-0551)

                    

  1. Canvassing door-to-door on streets near the high school

(Go with a partner.  You will be given information on how to do this, contact Lynne at (705)789-7393)

HHS volunteer CCS 2

***  Please contact Ms Myers if you are interested.  **

* little time. Make a big difference. Volunteer in your community for Daffodil Month this April and inspire others

Volunteer Child Care

VOLUNTEER CHILD CARE  OPPORTUNITY

Preferably a Grade 12 student with Babysitting certification or Grade 11 or 12 parenting class.

Babysitting 3 days a week (Wed. Thurs. Fri) 3-5:45pm, toddler boy (18 months). Can drive yourself or I can pick up.

Paid in volunteer hours.

Could become occasional paid babysitting.

Text or call:

Aly Guildford

705-380-0085

Farmer’s Daughter Now Hiring

The Farmer’s Daughter in Huntsville is hiring both part-time and full-time positions now. They are looking for:

  • bakers
  • produce supervisors
  • kitchen staff
  • counter service

Great experience for anyone looking for careers as bakers and chefs.

If interested contact:

Elin Ramírez
705-349-1693

Evolve Tours: Earn a Summer CGR4M credit

Interested in earning your CGR4M credit in Nicaragua this summer. Evolve Tours is offering a summer experience. The purpose of this trip is to expose students to a diverse cultural experience, allowing them to interact with a lifestyle extremely dissimilar to their current one.  Students will partake in several outdoor education pursuits, a local school project (sociology and language), obtain a level of historical awareness (archaeology) and work on a development project with locals.

The cost of this 18 day trip will be $4900.00, and includes return airfare to Nicaragua, all meals while on the trip, and all entry fees to historical and cultural exhibits. To join this trip, a $490.00 deposit is required.

Student safety will be of paramount importance, and all students will be supervised at all times by a qualified Ontario High School Teacher, Evolve Tours staff and local guides.  Evolve Tours is insured and is licensed in the Province of Ontario.

More information including a day to day itinerary can be found on this page.

If you would like your son/daughter to participate in this opportunity, please complete the attached forms

https://evolvetours.com/evolveregistration/register/ and use code 18-110 to register. If you have any other questions, please feel free to email mailto:[email protected]

Trinity United Church Youth Leader

Youth Leader
Trinity United Church – Huntsville, ON
$15 an hour
Job Title: Youth Leader, Trinity United Church
Reports to: Worship and Christian Education representative; and Ministry and Personnel representative

Job Purpose: The person in this position will contribute to Trinity United Church’s vision of providing a positive spiritual experience for children, youth and their families by caring for its youngest participants.
Principal Accountabilities:
Coordinate Sunday morning Children’s program, ensure there is a leader (themselves usually) with a volunteer to ensure Duty of Care. Ensure at least one of the team is over 18.
Ensure the Sunday morning Children’s program promotes the values and beliefs of the United Church of Canada and of Trinity United Church.
Ensure that policies and procedures related to working with youth are followed.
Help in the running of a family activity every month.
Ensure volunteer sign-up for nursery is distributed once a month – volunteers will ensure nursery is open and lit, and inform any parents with toddlers or babies about the nursery.
Ensure effective communication with the church and families regarding activities for youth.
Ensure this program follows the Duty of Care as per the United Church of Canada
Knowledge/Experience/Skills
Experience working with youth
Works well in a team setting
Assists colleagues unprompted
Valid First Aid/CPR certification an asset
Time Commitment
2 hours on Sundays (9:30 am to 11:30 am) with 2 hours every month to help with a family fun night

Applications are open for anyone 16 years or older. To apply please email resume, letter and reference information to Ian McTavish: [email protected]
Posting closes February 23 at 5pm.
Contract runs from March 3, 2018 to June 23, 2018

Summer Employment : Trent-Severn Waterway

Seeking summer employment in the outdoor/tourism sector. If so the Trent-Severn Waterway is hiring for various positions:

Trent-Severn Waterway – Lock Operations- Student Recruitment

https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1125041

Trent-Severn Waterway – Maintenance and Skilled Trades – Student Recruitment

https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1125052

Trent-Severn Waterway – Administration,Environmental & Visitor Experience – Student Recruitment

https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1125060
Note:

Apply early. Start your job search inFebruary. Even though our advertisement states a closing date of end ofJune, we pull resumes for review from mid-February through June (The bestjobs go fast!).

All job applications must be submitted through the Public Service Resourcing System.  Following are some of the benefits associated with applying on-line:

You can create a profile and a résumé that may be used when applying for other processes without having to recreate a new application each time.  You can modify your application/résumé at any time BEFORE the closing date indicated on the job advertisement.  You may verify the status of your applications, at any time.  For some jobs, you will find important information, namely the job questionnaire and a complete statement of qualifications that are only available when applying on-line.

 

Trent-Severn Waterway | Voie-Navigable-Trent-Severn
Ontario Waterways | Voiesnavigables de l’Ontario
Parks Canada | Parcs Canada
2155 Ashburnham Drive | 2155 promenade Ashburnham
Peterborough, Ontario
K9J 6Z6
Tel | Tél 705-750-4925
Fax | Télécopieur: 705-750-4942
Email | Courrier électronique:: [email protected]

2017 Your Free Pass to Discovery | 2017-VotreEntrée libre vers la découverte

Canadian Cancer Society Volunteer

The Canadian Cancer Society is looking for one or two students from Huntsville High School who might be interested in becoming a Volunteer Coordinator with the Canadian Cancer Society. The students can earn community hours by advertising, recruiting fellow students and booking them for our Daffodil Pin Sales on April 7 to 8 in Huntsville.

See poster for more details or contact:

Amanda Delgado

Volunteer Engagement Coordinator

Canadian Cancer Society, Simcoe-Muskoka Community Office

705-726-8032 ext 3223 Fax 705-726-4073

[email protected]

 

2018 Huntsville High School Volunteer Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Jobs with the Ontario Government Posted Now!

Hey students!  Looking for a summer job?

Have you considered working for the Ontario Government?

Each year the Ontario Public Service targets up to 5,000 summer students to work in locations across Ontario in areas such as:

  • Ontario Parks
  • Environment
  • Science
  • Administration
  • Business and Finance
  • Research and Laboratory
  • Communications
  • Customer Service

Earn while you learn!  All jobs were posted on January 2 with closing dates between January 16 – March 27.  Learn more at:

Ontario.ca/summerstudents

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Volunteer Opportunity with Rotary Club: Santa Claus Parade

The Rotary Club of Huntsville is looking for volunteers to help at the Santa Claus Parade on Friday November 24th. Rotary is in need of some students to ride the float, representing exchange students from around the world. Volunteers Hours available for this great community event.

If interested contact Lou Luvison by email at [email protected] or call 705-783-1587

 

Hidden Valley: Hiring Ski/Snowboard Instructors

Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area is Now Hiring for the 2017-2018 season,  at the SNOW SCHOOL and beyond!

Do you love to ski or snowboard? Would you love to share that fun with others? Join the team at Hidden Valley Ski area to work and play at Muskoka’s ski area. Now hiring for certified SnowSchool instructors and Teaching Assistant positions.

Volunteer Teaching Assistant positions qualify for community service hours!

Contact SnowSchool Director Mike Crichton-Struthers at [email protected]

Other Departments:

Interested in working at Hidden Valley but not in teaching on snow? Please call (705)789-1773 or email [email protected]

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Volunteers Needed for Neurofibromatosis(NF) Ontario

Neurofibromatosis Ontario is seeking student volunteers. Neurofibromatosis(NF) is a multi system disorder which causes  tumours to develop on nerves.NF Ontario is a registered non profit charity completely run by volunteers. You can find out more at www.nfon.ca

We offer interested students, volunteer hour credits and verification of being a NF Ontario volunteer which can be used on resumes, job applications and college and University Applications. We also offer caps, toques and t-shirts plus a bucketful of deep appreciation!

We need Volunteers for:
1) The Huntsville Santa Claus Parade Nov 24th at 7 pm in Huntsville and/or the Bracebridge Santa Claus Parade Dec 3rd at 1 pm. Volunteers will wear our neon green Toques and hand out brochures/cards and candy to spectators.We also need a couple of tall volunteers to be Batman and Spiderman with a Christmas theme( costumes provided). We are looking for happy, child loving volunteers to represent NF Ontario at the Parade.
2) We are also looking for volunteers to help with clerical type duties such as addressing thank you cards to donors and  stuffing envelopes for mail out and compiling lists of potential sponsors etc
3) Volunteers for future NF Ontario fundraisers
4) Phone friendly individuals to phone members about upcoming events
5a) We are also looking for Volunteer Artists to design a fun trendy logo which NF Ontario can use in announcements and family events.
5b)Aspiring artists to design a generic poster which NF Ontario can use in future events
5c)Artist to design a NF Ontario Mascot
All designs can be freestyle or electronically generated as long as they are unique and tastefully reflects NF and NF Ontario in some way
The artist whose design is used, NF Ontario will gift $100 and credit them as designer/artist
6) Also looking for aspiring journalist and reporters who would like to be involved in developing media releases as well as write news articles for our website
7) Aspiring health science students who are willing to compile lists of research articles about NF through online searches etc
Contact us by calling
1-866-843-6376
Or email us at [email protected]
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Paid Yard Work This Weekend

Paid yard work:
Must be completed by the end of the day Nov. 12. Timing is flexible, 2017

Moving and stacking six face cord of firewood. Full day for one person, half
day for two persons

. Located about 1/2 way between Baysville and Dorset on Hwy
117. You must provide transportation.

Pay $15/hour
Contact Howard at 705-766-2478 or cell 416-617-9966 or email
[email protected]

 

 

Women of Distinction Awards Gala Volunteers

The YWCA is hosting our Women of Distinction Awards Gala at the Marc O’Meara Clubhouse in Huntsville on Wednesday October 25th. 2-4 volunteers are needed. It would be 4-5 hours commitment and volunteers will be fed dinner.  Volunteers would work the coat check and assist with the Silent Auction check out. If interested contact:

Jiana Cutting
Office Administrator
Phone:  (705) 645-9827
Fax: (705) 645-4804
Email: [email protected]
[ http://www.ywcamuskoka.com/ ]

Nordic Ski Intstructors Needed for Jack Rabbit Program

The Arrowhead Nordic Ski Club(ANSC) is looking for instructors to teach the 8 week Bunny Rabbit/Jack Rabbit program during the months of January/February/March 2018. Pay is competitive and training is provided. The first year instructing is volunteer with training paid for and 40 hours of service acquired. If interested please contact Trish Wendall, Program Coordinator, [email protected]

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 http://arrowhead nordic ski club

Huntsville Minor Hockey: Part Time Employment

 The Huntsville Minor Hockey Association is looking for students to fill a few positions as gatekeepers. This is paid employment. Hours are some Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday. Typically shifts are from 11 – 8 but times may vary depending on the games. Must have cash experience. If interested contact:
 Penny Wilder, Huntsville Minor Officials Director: [email protected]

Tim Hortons: Part Time Job

Looking for a Part-time Job?

 Tim Horton’s is now hiring!

As part of our team we offer you:

 Flexible schedules

 Competitive wages

 FREE uniforms

 Comprehensive training

 Incentive and recognition programs

 Scholarships

How to apply:

 Fill out an application online at http://www.workattims.ca

Or in-store

 Bring in your resume to any location

*Must be 15 years of age or older*

 

 

YMCA Employment Centre

Students looking for summer work are encouraged to visit the YMCA Employment Services office at 60 King William Street in downtown Huntsville.  The have friendly staff and lots of resources to help!  Click HERE to view their website for more information.