Uforse Volunteer Activities

[British Lion Volunteers] 10 days countdown to registration! High-quality city government volunteers!

"Doors Open" is an open house event in Toronto that invites the public to explore the city's buildings that are normally closed to the public for free. The Open Day series also includes tours, lecture series, concerts and other special programs. Volunteers are recruited for each year's event and are open to all current high school students , with recruitment sessions including informative presentations and short interviews. As a volunteer partner of the municipal government, Yingshi Education hopes that students will actively participate in high-quality volunteer activities. Yingshi teachers will lead everyone in interview training and the implementation of specific activities!

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[British Lion Volunteer] Long-term library chess volunteer in GTA area

Library Chess is a student-run organization whose mission is to provide free chess to everyone. We host tournaments every year and have programs every week throughout the year. We are based in Canada, with most of our projects taking place in the Greater Toronto Area. For more information about our organization and who we are, please visit chessinthebrary.com. We are looking for volunteers to help us run our chess program. If you are a high school student looking for an opportunity to gain leadership experience by running a nonprofit, this opportunity is for you.

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[British Lion Volunteers] Discuss the future development of new energy vehicles with the political, business and academic circles

Youth Entrepreneurship Forum (YEF) was founded by OTLF. OTLF (Outstanding Teenager Leadership Foundation, www.otlf.ca) was established in 2017. It is based in the Greater Toronto Area and gradually radiates to the eastern United States to cultivate students with practical abilities and a comprehensive world view. Nonprofit organization for youth leaders.

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Suggestions from Rose, a graduate student at the University of Toronto

Teacher Yvonne from Queen's University Business School