CISV is a volunteer-led organization committed to working for a more just and peaceful world. We do this through building friendship and a commitment to local and global community service in our participants.

Every year, our dedicated and passionate volunteers of all ages give their expertise, skills, life experience, energy and time to run our chapter, programs and Junior Branch. Our activities and programs simply could not happen without our committed volunteers. There are opportunities for volunteers of all ages – We can always use your help!

IN 2019 WE ARE HOSTING A SEMINAR CAMP! 

July 7 to July 27, 2019

AIRPORT TRANSPORT NEEDS:

We need volunteers to assist with airport pick ups and drop offs directly to and from the camp at Windsor Secondary School in North Vancouver on Sunday, July 7, and Saturday, July 27.

HOMESTAYS WANTED!

We also need to provide homestays for those delegates who arrive a little early or stay a bit late. Unlike the Village, these delegates are 17 and 18 years old, providing a different kind of opportunity connect with international young people. 

These and other positions are listed   on SignUp.    Or contact secretary@cisvvancouver.ca for more information on how you can help at our Seminar camp.

Check out our SignUp.com page for all ongoing Volunteer opportunities and positions for the 2019 Seminar Camp!

**Please note: Past or current involvement with CISV is required for volunteer positions. If you aren’t yet involved with CISV but are interested in volunteering with our chapter or participating in local events, please email info@cisvvancouver.ca.

 

Check out our SignUp.com page for ongoing Volunteer opportunities and positions for the 2019 Seminar Camp!


 Further Information:

  • For a list of Board and Key Volunteer Positions along with general responsibilities click HERE.
  • Leadership Coordinator leadership@cisvvancouver.ca – for information about leadership volunteer opportunities.
  • Volunteer Coordinator volunteer@cisvvancouver.ca – for information about general volunteer opportunities in the chapter.

Local Programs: If you are a youth member, consider getting involved in our Junior Branch or Mosaic program as there are many opportunities to help lead local activities.

Junior Counsellors: If you are 16 or 17 years, consider applying to be a Junior Counsellors (JCs) who lead our younger participants in their daily adventures at our international camps. They play an important role in helping their group of participants become a team and make sure that each day is exciting, educational and safe. JCs get valuable training before the camp and ongoing support and training throughout the camp from the Program Directors and their staff.

Being a JC is a great first-time work opportunity, where you get to take responsibility and develop your leadership, team working and other personal skills. As a CISV JC, you will interact with children and young teens, help with activities and serve as leaders in maintaining the CISV camp spirit and motivation. Most importantly, you will serve as a role model for our young participants.

For information on JC opportunities, contact CISV Vancouver’s Leadership Coordinator at leadership(at)cisvVancouver.ca. International Program Deadlines apply - Contact us early as limited positions are available.

If you are 21 or older, consider taking a delegation of children to a camp or help staff a camp, and you'll not only help enrich their lives, but your own as well! By the end of the camp you will have met many exciting CISV volunteers and children from around the world, and made friendships for life.

You will be part of a team of committed, like-minded volunteers working to create an unforgettable experience for the children or young people in your care. You will have the support and leadership of our highly experienced staff. You will help children and young people develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes they need to take a positive, active role in their local and global community. You will guide them as they build friendships, have fun and learn from you and each other.

For information on JC opportunities, contact CISV Vancouver’s Leadership Coordinator.

 

CISV Vancouver is run entirely by dedicated volunteers. Our Chapters organize and run our local and international programs, run local activities and recruit new members.

We are always pleased to welcome new volunteers to help with our regular work, fundraising, marketing, keeping the accounts, training and, recruitment. Whatever skills and interest you have and however much time you are able to offer, we would be interested in hearing from you!

For information on adult volunteer opportunities, contact CISV Vancouver’s Volunteer Coordinator.

Every few years, CISV Vancouver will be hosting an international program and may require families to step-up and host international delegates for short periods of time. This is a great opportunity for the whole family to learn about another country and give back to other CISV families from around the world.

When these opportunities are available, further information will be posted on our website.