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By: Occsc  09-12-2011

Volunteer Services

Do you want to be a volunteer to help serve the community, to develop your potentials, to make new friends, or to gain practical work experience?

We have a variety of volunteer positions such as: clerical work, data entry, computer support, translation and interpretation, program assistance, graphic design and social groups. We will do our best to match your skills, interest, availability and your preferred location with the volunteer task. Students (High School and College) can earn service learning credit by participating in OCCSC volunteer programs.

We provide orientation, training and on-going support to our volunteers. We greatly appreciate our volunteers' contributions to OCCSC's work in the community.

Become a Volunteer

To become a volunteer you will need to complete the following steps:

  1. Complete and submit the Volunteer Application Form to the Volunteer Coordinator
  2. Complete in-person interview
  3. Hold a current Police Records Check
  4. Participate in an orientation session and review the volunteer policy

Volunteers under the age of 18
Youth aged 14 to 17 may also apply to become a volunteer. Written parental permission is required.

Volunteer's personal information is kept strictly CONFIDENTIAL. Volunteers are not to disclose or communicate confidential agency or client information to others who are not directly involved with the OCCSC.
For enquiry, please call 613-235 4875 ext.144

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