​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Volunteer Job Board

The Peel board has reviewed this volunteer posting to make sure it meets the criteria for the community involvement requirement. However, this posting is provided as a service to students, it is not intended to be an endorsement by the Peel District School Board of any specific organization or program.

For the 2020-21 school year, the ministry is revising the 40-hour community involvement graduation requirement so that students will not be adversely impacted by the ongoing challenges related to COVID-19.

For students graduating in the 2020-21 school year, the community involvement graduation requirement will be reduced to a minimum of 20 hours of community involvement activities. This recognizes that graduating students have had barriers to earning their community involvement hours last school year and there may be continued barriers this school year.

Students aged 14 years and older can count up to a maximum of 10 hours from paid employment towards their earned hours at the discretion of the principal. Students counting paid employment towards their graduation requirement will be required to complete a reflesction exercise indicating how their work contributed to the service for others.  Students can consider the following questions when submitting their reflection exercise:

  • How have you been able to serve your community through your employment opportunities?
  • Has this experience impacted any of your personal, academic or career goals? Why? Why not?

Looking for a volunteer position? Here's what is being offered in our community.

Credit Valley Conservation - Virtual Frontline Program

​Frontline is a volunteer environmental leadership program for high school students. It runs from September to May, with workshops occurring approximately once a month on Saturdays​.  Frontline members dedicate 3-4 hours per month to attend workshops, act as a leader in the school and community and take environmental action.

Events are held digitally through Microsfot Teams platform during the COVID-19 pandemic. If an in-person event is held, Frontline participants will follow CVC’s Outdoor Programming protocol, which includes self-screening and the signing of and completing a youth volunteer waiver.

To apply please visit https://cvc.ca/cyc/frontline/​ and scroll to the bottom to find the "apply now" button.

For more information please view: Credit Valley Conservation - Frontline Program

Erin Mills Soccer Club
​The Erin Mills Soccer Club (EMSC) is a non-profit community-based organization in Mississauga, offering indoor and outdoor recreational and competitive soccer programs
since 1972.​​

Volunteer soccer coaches needed to lead a U7/U8 girls or boys team during the fall indoor recreational program.  Students must be 14 years old or older and no coaching experience is necessary but a basic understanding of soccer is encouraged.

To apply/ find out more information, please contact the Recreational Coordinator at 905-820-9740 ext. 224 or email [email protected] ​

​Please click here for more information Erin Mills Soccer Club.pdf

Knight's Table

​The Knight's Table provides meals and food services to the needy and those affected by poverty in Peel Region.​​​

They are currently looking for Service and Kitchen Assistants and Food Bank Assistants at their Brampton location.

For more information on each postion, please view:

Knights Table Service and Kitchen Assistant.pdf

Knights Table Food Bank Assistant.pdf

Downlaod and fill out the the volunteer application forms​​ to apply.  Then call Leslie Bissegger at 904-454-8725 to arrange an interview.

Mississauga Little Aces Tennis Community

Mississauga Little Aces Tennis Community is a non-profit organization that introduces affordable and accessible tennis programs for children in schools, gyms, community centres, and clubs.​

Please view the attached pdf for more information - Mississauga Little Aces Tennis Community

Mississauga Minor Football

​Mississauga Minor Football is looking for student volunteers for various positions such as coaching, accounting, social media, event planning, etc.

​To apply please email [email protected]

For more information please click here: ​​Mississauga Minor Football


​The Mississauga and GTA Relief Initiative (MiVolunteer) is a charitable non-profit organization, established to provide the citizens of the GTA with volunteer and charity services that will allow them to grow and gain knowledge about their diverse community and help with poverty relief. ​

Students can volunteer for many different charity or third-party
events/campaigns, become a Student Ambassador for MiVolunteer
(MiSA), or volunteer for our environmental activities.​​

For more information please view MiVolunteer Information.pdf

Special Olympics Brampton
Special Olympics Brampton is looking for volunteer to support and help coach athletes in a variety of sports. The volunteer position is a year-round opportunity. 

To apply, call Shelby Best-Miller at 647-473-3722 or email [email protected]
Talk Future Canada

​Talk Future Canada is a non-profit organization committed to helping youth get involved in their communities, supporting those in our communities, and helping youth develop the skills needed for their future.

Volunteers needed for a variety roles at community events and fundraisers.  

Students can apply by emailing [email protected] or by visiting the Talk Future Canada Instagram page, and leaving a message.

For more information please view Talk Futue Canada.pdf

The Story Garden Literacy Centre - Bridging the Gap program

​The Story Garden is a non-profit literacy centre that provides a variety of programs for children and their families in The Sheridan Centre.

Tech Tutors required for the Bridging the Gap program.  Tech Tutors will be partnered with seniors for short tech help appointments. Teens may help seniors with using phones, laptops, tablets, social media, apps, videos, photos, or other technical skills. 

Email your resume to [email protected], and you will be contacted about the next steps. ​

For more information please view The Story Garden Literacy Centre - Bridging the Gap

The Story Garden Literacy Centre - Leaders for Readers program

​The Story Garden is a non-profit literacy centre that provides a variety of programs for children and their families.

Leaders needed for the Leaders for Reader program.  Each Leader is paired with a reader from JK-Gr. 3 for an 8-10 week session. As a Leader, they will share stories with their reading partner, build a friendship, and participate in fun literacy activities together.​

Send a resume to [email protected] and you will be contacted about the next steps.

​For more information please view The Story Garden Literacy Centre

Visual Arts Brampton

Visual Arts Brampton offers quality programming including unique weekly art classes for teens and children.  Currently looking for Instructor Assistants to help instructors with teaching visual art techniques and classroom management.

Please visit https://www.visualartsbrampton.com/contribute/volunteer to apply. 

For more information please contact [email protected] or click here Visual Arts Brampton volunteer.pdf

To submit a volunteer posting, complete the volunteer job formvolunteer job form and email it or fax it to us at 905-890-1112.

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