Sheila Carter
Our Focus Is On The Learner

volunteer 2.jpegHave you undertaken responsibilities and activities that have benefitted those around you and/or contributed to your community in a meaningful way?

What have you learned about yourself and others in the process?
Any act of responsibility and/or initiative that serves others is meaningful.
Check out below current volunteer position to make a difference in the community!
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Are you in French Immersion?
  • Do you want to practice your French conversational skills?
  • Accumulate your volunteer hours?
  • And, have fun at the same time?
French Speaking Links to Volunteer postings?
Le Club Français

Tuesdays 4:00 – 4:45pm at Brighouse
One-on-one French reading practice with children in grades 1-3.

Reading and communication skills at secondary level French required.
7 week sessions in the Winter, Spring and Fall.

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Are you in Grade 10/Grade 11?
Are you Looking for a Summer Job?

Interested in working in a kitchen? Want to earn some extra cash? Find out how you could get a job and earn high school credit and potentially earn a $1000 scholarship for working. Contact Mr. Brown, Program Facilitator for the Youth Work in Trades program, to find out more. Email: or call/text 604-346-7393 today!

Richmond Cares Richmond Gives (RCRG)
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity?  Visit Richmond Cares Richmond Gives (RCRG) for a list of available volunteer placements.  All Richmond students should contact this group to access student volunteer opportunities.  Online, you have the option to choose specific search topics to match your interests. 

For more information about this organization, visit:

Volunteer placements:
Events calendar:
Contact: 604.279.7020   
Location:  #190 - 7000 Minoru Blvd. Richmond, BC 
City of Richmond Volunteer opportunities

Richmond Library Volunteer opportunities

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Applied Science Advancement Program (ASAP) to all high school students. Participants will have the opportunity to join future leaders and change-makers from across Canada and around the world to explore cutting-edge technologies and concepts in today’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields and connect with faculty, students, and like-minded peers at the University of British Columbia Vancouver campus. There are 4 streams designed and instructed by university students that participants can choose from:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Integrated Engineering
  • Software Design
  • Sustainability in Engineering

More information is found on our website at

You can also find more information about the organization at