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Welcome to the Volunteer Registry

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.

Posting an ad? If you need help editing your ad after you've posted, email infolink@su.ualberta.ca There are currently 45 Volunteer Opportunities in our database.

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Are you passionate about soccer and eager to make a positive impact on young players? The Windsor Park Soccer Program is seeking dedicated individuals to join our coaching team. As a Volunteer Soccer Coach, you’ll have the opportunity to inspire and develop young athletes while fostering a love for the beautiful game.

Key Responsibilities:

Player Development:
Lead training sessions, focusing on skill development, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
Create a positive and inclusive environment for players of all ages and skill levels.
Instill a passion for soccer and encourage fair play.

Match Preparation:
Prepare teams for matches, including tactical planning, lineup selection, and game strategies.
Attend games and provide guidance during play.
Foster a competitive spirit while emphasizing sportsmanship.
Assistant Coaching:
Collaborate with the head coach to deliver effective training sessions.
Assist with player evaluations and feedback.
Support administrative tasks related to team management.

Role Modeling:
Be a positive role model for players, demonstrating respect, dedication, and teamwork.
Encourage discipline, commitment, and a strong work ethic.

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First Nations Health Consortium is thrilled to announce the third annual Teepee Summit, scheduled to take place from July 28-31, 2024. This extraordinary event will bring together Indigenous youth from Treaty 6, 7, and 8 First Nations, providing them with guidance from speakers, facilitators, and Elders. The summit aims to explore three key themes but not limited: strengthening our communities through the recruitment and retention of first responders, emphasizing the importance of sport for our youth, and recognizing the arts as a powerful tool for community building.
Following each motivational speaker, participants will engage in dynamic sessions facilitated by experts in their respective fields. These sessions will provide a platform for open discussions, enabling Indigenous youth to share their ideas, perspectives, and aspirations. We aim to give participants meaningful ideas and projects to bring back to their communities.

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