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The Volunteer Registry can help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity to build your skills and your community. Use the search tools to locate the perfect opportunity for you!

If you're interested in learning more about volunteering, check out our "Volunteering on Campus" video to learn more about a few of the regular opportunities available at the U of A.



There are currently 158 Volunteer Opportunities in our database.

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The PSI is a non-profit group of communicators and science enthusiasts who attempt to help make science more understandable and accessible to the public. For more information, please visit www.PublicScienceInstitute.org.

In its mission to make science more accessible to the public, the PSI produces scientific outputs such as podcasts, science summaries, movie reviews, animated videos and much more. The Chief Scientific Officer (CSO), along with the members of the Scientific Committee, is responsible for ensuring that all PSI content is scientifically accurate. This leadership position forms an integral part of the PSI Executive committee.

Roles and Responsibilities will include:

-Responsible for ensuring the scientific accuracy and integrity of every PSI output (ex. articles, podcasts, summaries, reviews etc.)
-Oversee the scientific committee, and provide training and guidance to its members as needed
-Coordinate between all the scientific committee members and synthesize cohesive responses from several isolated reviews
-Represent the Scientific Committee at every executive committee meeting
-Evaluate the scientific and/or logistic feasibility of every proposed PSI committee concerned with scientific output of any kind
-Determine criteria for proper evaluation of each new PSI output
-Actively determine PSI policies in association with other team leads/executives
-Other duties as required by the PSI board members/executive committee

To apply for this position, please visit http://www.publicscienceinstitute.org/volunteer.


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The Works International Visual Arts Society presents The Works Art & Design Festival: 13 days of art and design exhibits, special events, music, workshops, and family programming. Attracting artists, designers and visitors from all around the world, this city-wide event boosts the energy and imagination of downtown Edmonton at the start of every summer. Free to the public, The Works strives to create barrier free access to art and design. The festival dates are June 21 to July 3, 2018.
Take part in producing North America’s largest outdoor art and design festival. Assist the production crew in installing and dismantling the infrastructure necessary to withstand all weather conditions and over 300,000 visitors.
We need your help with a very wide range of tasks:
• Using hand tools to assemble some festival structures
• Painting walls
• Loading and unloading festival supplies
• Looking out for and minimizing hazards
• Answering the public’s questions while festival is setting up.
• Following correct safety procedure while on duty


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