A Volunteer is an individual who works to help others but doesn’t get paid.
Some of the most common reasons why people choose to volunteer are:
- To gain work experience and learn new skills
- To meet new people
- To improve their English-speaking skills
- To help build their self esteem; and
- Because they like helping others.
CILT’s Volunteer Program offers a variety of volunteer opportunities to a diverse group of individuals including:
- People with disabilities
- Newcomers to Canada; and
- People from various cultural backgrounds.
Some of our volunteer opportunities include:
- Assisting with mass mailings
- Assembling information packages; and
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Please note: CILT volunteers provide clerical support to “in-house” staff ONLY. Our volunteers do not provide volunteer support within the community. If you require personal volunteer support, please contact the Volunteer Centre of Toronto at (416) 961 6888.
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CILT is currently not accepting any new volunteers, however, if you would like apply for a future position to assist staff with administrative tasks, including mailings, photocopying and assembling information packages, you may submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep it on file.
If you are interested in volunteering at CILT or would like more information about our Volunteer Program, please call 416-599-2458 or email us at email@example.com.