The Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute Volunteer Fair is an opportunity to talk about your not-for-profit organization with students and parents and showcase interesting volunteer opportunities in the community.
A volunteer fair will take place at Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. The event will run from noon to 5 p.m. and it will provide the opportunity for students to visit the booths and sign up to volunteer at various local events or to help organizations who need volunteers. Parents are welcome to attend with their children, of course!
This event is taking place on the same day as progress report meetings with the teachers and parents so there will be a larger number of parents coming into the school.
Organizer Corina Parisien is currently seeking organizations which would be interested in attending in order to recruit volunteers. Organizations can staff their tables and talk to students and parents about volunteer opportunities.
Email: [email protected] to find out more!
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