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Volunteer Opportunities

Red Squad   |  Pillar Nonprofit Network   |  London Youth Advisory Council   |  External Volunteer Opportunities 

FSU Volunteer Opportunities

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.

Join the FSU Red Squad!

Red Squad is a chosen group of full-time student volunteers who are responsible for informing Fanshawe students about FSU services, events and activities, engaging with the student body, and connecting people to each other in the Fanshawe community. Red Squad Volunteers require high initiative and enthusiasm with students, the ability to engage and communicate with everybody, and must be willing to maintain professional and personal growth within the program and the College.

The Red Squad Team stays together each semester and students are welcome to continue with the team each term, if eligibility is met. Applications will open up when we require more volunteers, and appropriate training and orientation follows with each recruitment.

Red Squad Volunteers who participate in pre-approved hours will qualify to add this opportunity to their Co-Curricular Record (CCR). For more information on how to create and add to your CCR, visit our Co-Curricular Record page.

For more information about Red Squad and other volunteer opportunities, please contact the Student Life Coordinator, Sophia Mills-Vissers at

At this time, we are not accepting Red Squad applications. Notices will be put up on our social media accounts whenever the application form re-opens.


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 for more information and to find the perfect volunteering opportunity.

London Youth Advisory Council

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 .

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 Chelsea Paulk at 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.

BGC London (formerly the Boys & Girls Club of London)

Big Brothers Big Sisters of London and Area

Campfire Circle

The Centre for EDI (CEDI)

Dale Brain Injury Services

Habitat for Humanity Heartland Ontario

John Howard Society of London and District

Learning Disabilities Association London Region

London Public Library

March of Dimes Canada

Scouts Canada

Single Women in Motherhood (S.W.I.M.)


Contact Information

Sophia Mills-Vissers

Chelsea Paulk

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