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Volunteer

Calgary Immigrant Women's Association truly believes in volunteerism and the potential of all women. Volunteers are a precious resource to our agency and allow us to promote and enhance our services. The mission of the Volunteer Program is to empower immigrant women through volunteering and recruiting exceptional volunteers to support CIWA's programs and services. Why do you volunteer for CIWA?

Volunteer of the Month

Every year, CIWA volunteers tirelessly provide thousands of hours of support for immigrant women and their families in Calgary. Without their support and contribution, CIWA would not be able to run the day to day activities of the organization. CIWA recognizes the hard work and outstanding efforts that our volunteers contribute every day to our programs and services through our Volunteer of the Month Initiative.  

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Current Volunteer Opportunities

Online Homework Club Tutor

The Youth Program addresses the needs of young immigrant, refugee and visible minority girls between the ages of 10 and 19 through education, cultural awareness and successful integration. The program runs Homework Help Club via email, phone call or via Zoom, to assist immigrant girls with school assignments.

Homework_Club_Tutor.pdf

Girls Culture Club Online Facilitator Support

This program addresses the needs of young immigrant, refugee and visible minority girls between the ages of 10 and 19 through education, cultural awareness and successful integration. All CIWA volunteers are required to provide a Calgary Police Service Intervention Record Check.

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Youth Career Exploration Mentor

This program will include mentorship services to enhance the career readiness of immigrant girls ages 14 to 21. The project engages participants to build on their strengths and areas of interest to explore different education and career paths. All CIWA volunteers are required to provide a Calgary Police Service Intervention Record Check.

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Youth Mentor

This program enhances intercultural understanding and provides youth with opportunities for personal growth and community involvement through one-on-one and group sessions. It is offered as a means to inspire youth to become engaged in their communities through a mentor/mentee relationship. All CIWA volunteers are required to provide a Calgary Police Service Intervention Record Check.

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Interpreter

Support in the following languages is needed:

Amharic, Kurdish, Oromo, Somali, Tigrigna, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

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