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Getting Your Volunteer Hours the Old-Fashioned Way

July 1st, 2013; By Connor Thompson

In order to graduate high school, students must complete 40 hours of volunteer work. Rather than dragging it out over the course of an entire high school career, why not […]


Volunteer Centres in Canada

June 15th, 2013; By Gale Blaylock

As you know, all high school students need to have 40 hours of community service in order to graduate. Use this information to discover where your 40 hours can best […]


Volunteering with Work in Mind

May 31st, 2013; By Zoe Star Hoskin

Volunteering thoughtfully is the way to break free from the “no work experience” trap. In high school, students do community service hours and they learn that volunteering is something we […]


Volunteer Centres in Canada

May 29th, 2013; By Gale Blaylock

As you know, all high school students need to have 40 hours of community service in order to graduate. Use this information to discover where your 40 hours can best […]


Careers with Animals: Horse Groomer

May 27th, 2013; By Bel Harris

If you’ve spent any time at all around stables, you’ll know horses require a lot of care to keep them groomed, healthy and happy. Looking after a horse’s needs can […]


A Garbage Patch In The Great Lakes?

May 26th, 2013; By Canadian Wildlife Federation

You may have heard about the garbage patches that exist in the oceans – where specific ocean and atmospheric conditions ensnare debris, small pieces of plastic, which accumulate into large […]


Rotary Clubs Sponsor Exchange Students

May 25th, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

Very few clubs can claim to span the entire planet Earth, with members from Iceland to Antarctica. Few non-governmental organizations can hold a seat in the United Nations, too. So which club does? Which […]