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About the Position
Position # 2433
OrganizationGirl Guides of Canada
Position Volunteering with other adults to support Guiding - Girl Guides of Canada - Nova Scotia
Impact Statement Volunteering with Girl Guides means you choose to have fun, make connections, build skills, create positive change and inspire today’s girls to become everything they want to be.

Girl Guides offers girls and women the chance to make new friends, challenge themselves and put their ideas into action through an amazing range of activities developed to support girls.
Description In Guiding, there are many opportunities for individuals who identify as women members to enjoy Guiding- from Unit Leadership to Volunteering with other adults to support Guiding.

A non-member volunteer is an individual who supports unit activities or a particular member in a specific context.

Non-member volunteers may be:
Unit Assistants who support unit activities on an occasional basis when asked to by the Responsible Guider (Note: Individuals who support unit activities more than twice in the Guiding year must be registered as NMV, submit a valid Police Record Check (PRC) and appear on the unit roster).
Support Persons who regularly accompany persons with disabilities to provide assistance with access to our activities and programs, communication, mobility, personal car, etc.
Home Contact Person
Training Details How to get started

Application. Complete the online registration form.
Interview. You’ll participate in an interview to learn more about Guiding and find the right volunteering fit.
References and background check. You’ll complete online police records and reference checks.

Training Opportunities
Safe Guide Training
Orientation to Guiding Training

You’ll have lots of training opportunities – including e-learning, face to face training and live online classrooms that you can do from home.

And there are regular meetings and events to share information,
Working Conditions The location of meetings and activities will be determined by the Unit Leader you are teamed with. This can range from assisting at special events or camps, serving as a Treasurer or specialized adviser. Please let us know what type of activity you may be interested in to help us place you accordingly.
Minimum Duration 7 - 12 months
Timing Anytime
Time Detail Typically units meet once per week, but this can be more or less often depending on the individual unit.
Age 19+
Ideal for An Individual, A Group, ESL
Area(s) of Interest Children/Youth
Skill(s) Team Building, Coaching, Supervision, Cultural Awareness/Sensitivity, Communicate in Plain Language
How to Apply
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