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* Developing funds and sponsorships to support events
* Event planning and management
* Assisting at events
* Data and inventory management
* Social media and marketing for events
EarlyON Centre (for children ages 0 to 6):
Mon-Thu from 9 am-12 noon
Mon-Thu from 1 pm-4 pm
Fri from 9 am-12 noon
After School Club (for children ages 6-12):
Thu from 3:30 pm-4:30 pm
* During the school year only
OTF volunteers review and recommend projects for funding in Ontario’s communities. Over 200 volunteers bring diverse perspectives and knowledge from regions across the province. As public appointees, OTF volunteers are stewards of public funds and work to ensure a broad range of perspectives are represented in the 16 Grant Review Teams that inform grant-making decisions.
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Volunteers will be provided with a team description in advance which outlines the tasks for each day. The Volunteer coordinator will be in touch periodically to check in and ensure the training materials and instructions are understood well received. All volunteers will also have a Team Captain to help communicate detail and support their volunteer journey.
The Society is the creator of the most extensive assemblage in Canada – and one of the largest in North America – of archival materials documenting immigrant and ethnic experiences. Over 70 ethnocultural and Indigenous communities and some 240 municipalities are represented in the MHSO’s archival holdings.
During the last few years, the MHSO has focused its efforts on the creation of an online digital archive, Discovering Multicultural Canada. The digital archive will include digitized oral history interviews, ethnic newspapers, and historical photographs from the Society’s extensive archival holdings, augmented by contextual materials and reference information.
The MHSO is looking for dedicated individuals who are interested in the experiences of immigrants who came to Ontario both before and after the Second World War and who wish to support the establishment of the digital archive. Although the Society is located in Toronto, individuals living anywhere in the province can volunteer since resources and materials will be made available virtually.
• Transcribing oral history interviews
• Transcribing non-English-language oral history interviews (many are in a variety of heritage languages) and translating these transcripts into English
• Editing transcripts
• Annotating transcripts
• Indexing oral history interviews
• Researching and writing biographical notes
We are seeking responsible, organized, enthusiastic individuals who can work well independently.
Volunteers must be able to commit 4 hours per week towards the project. Since volunteers will be working from home rather than on-site, the exact days and times of volunteering are flexible.
How to Apply
Individuals interested in volunteering should send resumes outlining their skills and experience to the MHSO’s Historian and Outreach Officer, Daniel Panneton, at email@example.com . Providing an indication of what the individual can contribute to the project and the MHSO will also be helpful.