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Volunteering with Recreation & Culture

Volunteering is a great way to give back to our community, learn new skills, meet new friends, gain work experience and have fun! There are many options for high school students looking to earn their community involvement hours too!


The Recreation & Culture Division is responsible for running many programs and special events in our community. Join the team to have a rewarding and fun volunteer experience. Check out the featured opportunities or see the complete list.

  Chippewa Summer Camp, Kidventures, Playgrounds & Adventurers CampChippewa Summer Camps, Playgrounds and Adventure Camps - Want to earn 40 hours this summer? Apply for a volunteer position with Chippewa Summer Camps, Playgrounds Program, Kidventures or Adventurers Camp. Applicants must complete the teens 'n training course. Apply
  Kite FestivalKite Festival - Volunteers are needed for event set-up, parking, crafts and children's activities for Kite Festival at Chippewa Park on Sunday May 24th. Help make this year's event a soaring success! Apply

Summer int he Parks volunteersSummer in the Parks - Volunteer once a week on Wednesday evenings at Marina Park with a great group of people at one of our most popular events. Space is limited. Priority is given to volunteers with the teens 'n training course. Apply

Volunteer Training & Resources VOLUNTEER TRAINING & RESOURCES

Volunteers will receive on-site orientation or training before the beginning of each assignment. Students interested in Adventurers Camp, Chippewa Summer Camps or Playgrounds are required to complete the Teens 'n Training Course.

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Choose a volunteer opportunity that interests you. Complete a volunteer application and two reference forms and submit to the Community Services Department.

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 Kelly Rooney, Volunteer Coordinator - Recreation & Culture Division
 Tel: (807) 625-3169
 Fax: (807) 625-3395