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Volunteering


The Fanshawe Student Union offers a variety of opportunities for Fanshawe College students to volunteer on campus. Click/tap on the volunteer positions below to view a description.

Social Media Ambassador

The Social Media Ambassador is involved in enhancing Fanshawe Student Union’s Social Media based communication strategies. The Social Media Ambassador is responsible for promoting and strengthening the company’s brand, announcing promotions and FSU initiatives through the use of, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. in collaboration with the Publications and Communications Team.

> Social Media Ambassador – Position Expectations
> Fill out a Social Media Ambassador (Volunteer) application

Red Squad

A student volunteer may be responsible for a variety of tasks including; facilitating and promoting events around campus, as well as participating in an array of volunteer opportunities within the Fanshawe Student Union and jointly within the College and outside organizations.

> FSU Volunteer (Red Squad) - Job Description

The Sharing Shop

The Sharing Shop is a service run by student volunteers which provides students in financial need with necessitates of life. The Sharing Shop understands that, in times, students find themselves in situations that make it difficult to buy groceries, toiletries, or cleaning supplies. Students that are able to dedicate 2 hours weekly during a semester are encouraged to apply. Additional position requirements include processing donations, tracking inventory, opening and closing responsibilities, 20lbs of lifting, following instructions, communicating efficiently, and proficient with Microsoft Excel.

Pillar Nonprofit Network

The Fanshawe Student Union has partnered with the Pillar Nonprofit Network to help students find volunteering opportunities within the community. Students are encouraged to visit www.pillarnonprofit.ca for more information and to find the perfect volunteering opportunity.

London Youth Advisory Council (LYAC)

The London Youth Advisory Council exists to ensure that youth voices are integrated into local public policy decisions. The LYAC seeks to reboot citizenship in London by encouraging youth to lead the charge against political apathy by playing a constructive role in the decision-making process of governments and institutions that influence our communities. The LYAC inspires and educates youth about the impact they can make by recommitting to advocacy, policy development, and political engagement as tenets of citizenship. For more information, please visit younglondon.ca

External Volunteer Opportunities

Contact the individuals listed to inquire about external volunteer opportunities.

If you are a part of an organization that would like to be listed, please send an email to Bonnie Williams at bwilliams@nullfanshawec.ca with a description of your organization and what type of volunteer opportunities you have to offer Fanshawe students, as well as your preferred method of contact for potential student volunteers.

Alliance for African Women Initiative (AFAWI)

Philip Kwesi Agyei
info@afawigh.org

Anago

Kelly Morrissey
kmorrissey@anago.on.ca

Big Brothers Big Sisters of London and Area

Boys & Girls Club of London

Gregory Raymond
volunteer@bgclondon.ca

Camp Oochigeas

Becky Conlon
volunteer@ooch.org

Canadian Cancer Society - CIBC Run for the Cure

Canadian Latin American Association

Chantiers Jeunesse

Guillaume Daniel
gdaniel@cj.qc.ca

Community Living Ontario

Community Living Ontario - Student Links Mentoring Program

Sarah Ellis-Pierron
sellispierron@communitylivingontrio.ca
We match high school student who have a disability with a mentor in their community who share a common interest. Often college students in a certain filed love to share what they are learning with a student who might not otherwise have the opportunity to explore their field. Our mentorships are flexible in terms of timing, length of match, activities - they all depend on the mentor and students.

Crohn's and Colitis Canada

Design Exchange

Jeremy Forsyth
editvolunteer@dx.org

Fowler Kennedy

Habitat for Humanity Heartland Ontario

Heart & Stroke Foundation

Henley Place Long Term Care Home

Kensal Park Soccer - A League Of Our Own

Samantha Lajoie
Samantha.lajoie@gmail.com

Learning Disabilities Association London Region

London Public Library

London Youth Advisory Council

Emma Blue
emma@lyac.ca

LondonFuse

Nicki Borland
nicki@londonfuse.ca

March of Dimes Canada

March of Dimes Canada-Stroke Recovery

Denise Carpenter
dcarpenter@marchofdimes.ca

Meadow Park London

Carol Neil
cneil@jarlette.com

PAWS-London

Single Women in Motherhood Training Program

Special Olympics Ontario - London


london.volunteerco@specialolympicslondon.ca
Special Olympics Ontario - London provides sports opportunities for people with Intellectual Disabilities. In London, there is 18 different sports and 43 sports clubs at various levels to accommodate athletes of various ability levels. Volunteers help the organization as coaches as well as team managing, fundraising, referee, etc. Interested students, can contact Armand Marchand at london.volunteerco@specialolympicslondon.ca

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario

Joanna Spagnuolo
joannamaria_@live.ca

Start2Finish

Teen Challenge

The Arthritis Society

Shabana Fazelyar
sfazelyar@arthritis.ca

The New World Community

United Way Elgin Middlesex

Ashley Thorne
athorne@unitedwayem.ca

Western Fair Sports Centre

Youth Wellness Hub Action Coalition


Fanshawe Co-Curricular Record
Fanshawe’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an institutionally recognized document that showcases your involvement and growth outside of the classroom. Together with your academic transcript, it provides a view of your overall experience and learning at the College.

The Red Squad and The Sharing Shop Volunteers are eligible for CCR recognition when the required 10 hours are met by the student.

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