International Languages Program Volunteer Registration Form

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    The International Languages Program - elementary has been offered for over 20 years with the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board. The position of Volunteer is to support Saturday morning International Languages classes for Elementary grade students. This position is mainly intended for high school students who can receive community service hours for volunteering in this program. Key Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the International Languages Co-ordinator or Language Instructor, the student volunteer may: (1) be requested to work with a student(s) to provide assistance in one or more areas as deemed appropriate; in some cases, interpreting may be involved; (2) assist an individual or a group of students with an in-class assignments; identifying resources that may be used to complete assignments; (3) assist with taking students to washroom; (4) welcome visitors; collect students from parents, and bring them to appointed language line/teacher or classroom; and (5) set-up computers, collate photocopying and deliver Instructional material to Instructors as required. Reports to: Manager of Continuing and Community Education and/or International Language Site Co-ordinator (on-site) WHEN: Saturdays' from 9 to 11:30 a.m. October 15, 2016 - April 29, 2017 (excluding holidays). WHAT: Languages classes are promoted for Italian, Portuguese, Spanish (Bradford and Barrie) and Polish, Tagalog (Filipino), Mandarin, & Hindi (Barrie site only). We are hoping to add classes in Arabic, German, Greek, Ukrainian, Russian. Location will depend on demand. WHERE: Holy Trinity Catholic High School - 100 Melbourne Drive, Bradford, (please enter at the back of the building) OR St. Joseph's Catholic High School, 243 Cundles Road East, Barrie (please enter at the back part of the parking lot - Professional Activity Centre) Time Commitment: The Volunteer position requires a commitment of two and one half hours, and no more than three hours per week, for each Saturday morning that school is in session. This is a great opportunity for secondary school students to obtain their 40 hours of community work.